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Book Review – The Salinger Contract

The Salinger ContractThe Salinger Contract by Adam Langer

Adam Langer has woven an intricate tale narrated by a somewhat autobiographical protagonist who becomes involved in a potentially dangerous series of events. The narrator, (also named Adam Langer), a one-book author, meets best-selling thriller writer Connor Joyce.  Langer becomes Joyce’s only confidant when Joyce receives a strange but lucrative proposal to write a one-of-a-kind book. “The Salinger Contract” quickly became a book that I couldn’t put down. It’s twisty, unpredictable action forms an absorbingly suspenseful story wherein the reader comes to repeatedly question almost everything that has previously occurred. I recommend “The Salinger Contract” as a refreshing literary mystery.

Murder Mystery Month!

To honor the Queen of Crime herself, Dame Agatha Christie, September is going to be Murder Mystery Month!

I will be reading and reviewing four crime novels and hopefully posting some mystery related fun. Hope you enjoy the intrigue! The game is afoot…

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