Category Archives: Laura Lippman

Books of the month: March 2017

Pick of the month The good news is my reading picked up in both quantity and quality during March but the downside of that is it takes more effort to choose a favourite read of the month. After see-sawing between … Continue reading

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Review: WILDE LAKE by Laura Lippman

I now know I have at least one thing in common with Laura Lippman: we both love TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD. She reveals her reverence in every nuance of WILDE LAKE which in so many ways acts as a modern re-telling … Continue reading

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Review: What the Dead Know by Laura Lippman

Title: What the Dead Know Author: Laura Lippman Publisher: Harper [first published 2007, this edition 2008] ISBN: 987-0-06-112886-8 No. of Pages: 366 In 1975 two teenage sisters, Sunny and Heather Bethany, disappeared from a Baltimore shopping mall one Saturday afternoon. … Continue reading

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