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Diana McKeon CharkalisHigh school reunions aren't always easy. Pounds gained and hair lost keep many of us away. But sometimes the invitation can be too compelling to resist. There's the need to find out what happened.
It is this reluctant yearning that sets Acts of God in motion, as Mary Morris artfully draws readers into one woman's return home.
Morris smoothly melds the innocent perspective of a child with that of an analytical adult as she builds suspense. Her restraint as a storyteller is a great strength. The book has a lot of heart, but it moves like a thriller that's hard to put down.
— USA Today