Chris Bohjalian’s The Flight Attendant (Double Day) features perhaps the most screwed-up heroine in recent crime literature. Cassandra Bowden is a flight attendant who has just completed the run from Paris to Dubai and either picks up or gets picked up by a charming...
Tangerine by Christine Mangan (Harper Collins) is not about fruit. Beautifully written, it’s set shortly after World War II in Tangier and begins with newly-married Alice, an English woman a few years out of college, arriving in Morocco with her husband. He apparently...
I once thought that clarity was a virtue in writing fiction. It’s certainly not in Christobel Kent’s The Day She Disappeared (Sarah Crichton Books, $27.00). A mystery told in three viewpoints: the heroine, an English barmaid, a ninety-two-year-old man, and the killer,...
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