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Invisible Eden: A Story of Love and Murder on Cape Cod

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 2, 2004

    One man's trash...

    I just read all the other reviews for this book and was astounded! I am 2/3 through the book and can't wait to go home every day to continue reading. I think it is a very well-written and throughly engrossing book. Unlike some of the other reviewers here, I do enjoy finding out about the nuances and characteristics of the area and about all the various people involved in Christa's life and murder investigation. I almost didn't buy the book after reading that the murder is as yet unsolved, but now I am glad I went ahead and bought it. I feel like I know the various individuals and am particularly drawn to Tim Arnold, the spurned lover who remained a friend. Christa to me is a sympathetic figure, because she never seemed to find happiness anywhere and was betrayed by those closest to her all her life.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 27, 2003

    If I only knew

    Having just visited the cape,(Truro, P-town)in Oct.of 2002 and not knowing what just took place there, I was facinated to read that I was just steps away from this whole scenario. I think Ms. Flook did an excellent job in presenting her research on this case as thoroughly and unjudgmentally as any writer could. I could hardly put it down.

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