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    I Will Red It Again and Again

    I rarely get emotional over a story in a book. However, this one grabbed me by the heart and kept me in a strange state throughout. I had the kind of emotion I feel from a beautifully-executed ballet or a Mozart sonata. I must be an incurable romantic, because the suspense, danger, pain and action in this story were all overcome by the on-going love story from 20 years in the past. I will read it again and again for the exposition it makes about human love and relationships. It makes me want to rescue a dog!
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    Satisfying Thriller

    I've been hearing great things about David Bell for years and own several of his books, but the first one to make it to the top of my ridiculously high TBR pile (to the extent one can actually have a pile on an e-reader) was his newest, Somebody I Used to Know, a twisty, turny thriller about a man who discovers that his one true love may not have died 20 years earlier as he had thought. Nick Hansen sees Marissa's doppelgänger at the grocery store, but before he can discover her connection to Marissa, she is murdered, and Nick becomes the prime suspect. Bell gives the reader several possible explanations to chew upon, each of which seems equally plausible but none of which is as devious as the actual solution. Bell is an expert at weaving seemingly random events into a cohesive and satisfying plot, and his backlist has just moved to the top of my TBR stack. If his previous books are even half as good as Somebody I Used to Know, I'm in for a wild ride. I received a free copy of Somebody I Used to Know through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
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