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Sarah Armstrong Review: Love

I just loved this book, this entire series is phenomenal. Beth & Jonathan we’re great. Really looking forward to Simon next!!!

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Betsy Review: A very traditional family is portrayed in this old-fashioned picture book. Nonetheless, Papa Small helps Mama Small with things like cleaning and hanging up the laundry and the whole family goes grocery shopping together. Our family operates very similarly to the Smalls, and our kids love to compare ("we do that, too!").

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Sandra Review: I'm annoyed. As I said in one of my updates, this is an odd book, a psychological thriller with little understanding of psychology. It's written in the first person from the father's point of view. He was very annoying with his stubborn blocking of the truth from himself to his unemotional narration. If the author meant to convey a kind of underlying emotional tension, he failed miserably. The ending felt like a cheap shot, and I feel cheated.

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Rachel Hall Review: As a long-term fan of this series, I have found plenty to admire in the previous six instalments, however Hour of the Wolf is one of the most magnetising outings yet, both for the horrific devastation unleashed by one single action, and the very personal responses it evokes from within the Maardam CID when one of their own is affected. After fifteen-years at the helm of CID, former Chief Inspector Van Veeteren is approaching two-years since his retirement and new role as part-owner of Krantze’s

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Rebecca Foster Review: Rumors of Great American Novel status abounded, but I found this Kentucky-based horse racing novel to be florid and overlong. The novel doesn’t really achieve takeoff until Allmon comes on the scene at about page 180. Although there are good descriptions of horses, the main plot – training Hellsmouth to compete in the 2006 Kentucky Derby – mostly passed me by. Meanwhile, the interpersonal relationships become surprisingly melodramatic, more fit for a late Victorian novel or maybe something by Fa

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