Delia Owens’ Where the Crawdads Sing (Putnam, $26.00). It’s the current # 1 New York Times bestseller and well worth reading. If you don’t get emotionally involved in the story of Kya, the “Marsh Girl,” you would have to be the most heartless insensitive soul on the...
Jonathan de Shalit’s A Spy in Exile (Simon & Schuster, $27.00). After a promising start turns into a colossal disappointment. The author is a former Mossad agent and well qualified to write a spy novel. Ya’ara Stein is a former Mossad agent notorious for a...
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