Given how much I enjoyed Richman’s novel The Lost Wife, there really was no way I was going to pass this up when I found it for $3.99 in a bargain bin. Like her other novel, she plays with timelines, basically using the novel’s modern day of 1998 to frame the story. However, she starts the novel with a teaser, Salome’s release from prison in 1974 where she has been held to punish her husband for speaking out against Pinochet’s regime in Chile. Full review.
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