Saturday, August 27, 2011

A Crack in Everything, by Angela Gerst

Overall, I'd say this was a pretty mediocre book:  the writing humdrum, the characters forgettable, and the plot overly complicated and contrived.  The protagonist is Susan Callisto, who is both an attorney and a political consultant.  She's involved in local elections, questionable real estate dealings, EPA violations, medical research in search of a fountain of youth, infidelities and betrayals, and a couple of murders and additional vicious attacks.  Her intermittent heartthrob is a police detective.  

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