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Boxes For Beds
Written by Maryann Miller
Genre: Mystery, Historical Fiction
Leslie has left New York with her ten-year-old daughter, Mandy, hoping to escape from her past and the ruins of a relationship, only to discover that there is little peace for her in Pine Hollow, Arkansas.
Spring 1961. Babies are kidnapped in Pine Hollow, a small town in Arkansas. The sheriff decides to suspect the newcomer in town, Leslie Richards, a 28-year-old unmarried mother from New York. The author tells us about Leslie's loneliness in her new surroundings and her close relationship with her 12-year-old daughter Mandy. Writing her book from several points of view, Maryann Miller also tells us about the Mob's grip on some representatives of the law, and occasionally mentions the Civil Rights Movement.
The author writes with consistency, adding new elements and new events before giving lulls any chance to develop. While mostly staying with Leslie Richards, she moves the point of view to other characters, offering the readers various angles to consider.
Boxes for Beds' is a mystery written with a gentle style that turned out to be too gentle for my taste. However, it is an agreeable read.
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