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“Well written, nicely weaves several story lines...”

Written on: 02/03/2009 by verycute (1 review written)

Well written, nicely weaves several story lines together from past and present with reasonably credible characters. Jackson (the detective character) never quite escapes from the cliched world that all detectives seem forced to live in. Overall Case Histories by Kate Atkinson is a good book. Not quite literature, but far better than the average crime novel in my opinion… Read Full Review

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“Case Histories ”

Written on: 11/09/2004 by Harriet Klausner (18637 reviews written)

Case Histories
Kate Atkinson
Little Brown, Nov 2004, $23.95, 320 pp.
ISBN 0316740403

In 1970, four year old Olivia Land and her two sisters, Julia and Amelia, are having a sleep out in their backyard. When Julia and Amelia awaken the next morning, they find Olivia is gone. Thirty-four years later, the two sisters find Olivia's favorite toy Blue Mouse in their recently deceased father's house. They hire private investigator Jackson Brodie to see if he can learn what happened to her.

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Katie Delaney's Response to Harriet Klausner's Review

Written on: 29/04/2007

I enjoyed this book, but found the ending slightly dis-satisfying. It was a little unexpected and didn't quite give me "closure"!

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