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Publishers Weekly: "A mix of old-line Commies, red-diaper babies and more recent Russian emigres. . . . Engaging." Tamar Gillespie, a young artist married to a disabled policeman, cares nothing for the political passions that roiled her small Connecticut community fifty years ago. But when the community board agrees to host a family of Jewish refugees from the new Russia, Tamar finds that idealism can hide darker truths. Are these truths better left buried, even if they conceal a murder? For Tamar, who has plunged into an extramarital affair, the answer as to what should remain hidden is far from clear. Booklist: "Historical-mystery readers who enjoy political debates will find much to appreciate here."
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|Publisher:||Perfect Crime Books|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.46(d)|
|Age Range:||16 Years|
About the Author
John C. Boland's novels, beginning with EASY MONEY in 1991, have been praised for their deft blending of mystery and character. He is the author of about a dozen books under his own name and others, including 2011's HOMINID, which Publishers Weekly dubbed a "superior science thriller."