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A ‘Novel’ Twist on Identity Theft

What the Dead Know by Laura Lippman

Reviewed by Yvonne Zipp
Christian Science Monitor

"Two sisters head to the mall Easter weekend and vanish. Hundreds of people were there that day, but no one saw anything. 'It was almost enough to make you believe in the supernatural or alien abductions,' remarks the baffled detective who headed the investigation. Thirty years later, a middle-aged woman involved in a traffic accident claims to be the younger girl, Heather Bethany. But she stonewalls when asked who kidnapped her and her sister, Sunny, and where she's been all these decades...." Read the entire Christian Science Monitor review.




One Response to "A ‘Novel’ Twist on Identity Theft"

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    mike hart April 24th, 2007 at 10:18 am

    What the Dead Know review was my kind of review. Brief and to the point without giving anything away. Most other reviews from Powells are way to lengthy and if I read the whole review I felt like I wouldn't have to read the book.

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