MISSING PERSONS by Clare O’Donohue

Clare O’Donohue knows what she is talking about in MISSING PERSONS, a satirical and amusing novel about a Chicago-based freelance television producer who specializes in true crime stories. Since O’Donohue has been a producer, she understands “the frustration, annoyance, and craziness” that go with the territory.

June 4, 2011 В· Judi Clark В· No Comments
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LOOK AGAIN by Lisa Scottoline

“Ellen couldn’t stop looking at the white card, which read HAVE YOU SEEN THIS CHILD? The resemblance between the boy in the photo and her son was uncanny. They had the same wide-set eyes, smallish nose, and lopsided grin. Maybe it was the lighting on the porch…. She held the photo closer, but came to the same conclusion. The boys could have been twins.”

April 27, 2009 В· Judi Clark В· No Comments
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