Monday, August 30, 2010
Laura Lippman's I'd Know You Anywhere
I just put Laura Lippman's new book (released on August 17th) I'd Know You Anywhere on reserve at my local library. This is her sixteenth book and sixth stand-alone thriller and reviewers are suggesting that this may be her 'break-out' title.
Eliza Benedict is spending a quiet summer with her family when she receives a letter from the man who kidnapped and held her hostage when she was fifteen. He says he wants to make amends before he is executed, but what is really happening is far more complex. I suggest taking a deep breath before plunging into this story that Daphne Durham writes is "about fear, manipulation, and survival".