Published: March 2009, Harper Perennial
(originally published in 1962 with Simon & Schuster)
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Carelton’s characters inspire empathy, hidden secrets, and treacherous lies.
But most of all there’s the bone-thick bonds of familial love that endures no matter.
I haven’t felt this lost in a book for quite some time.
About Sarah Weinman (@sarahw):
Sarah Weinman writes crime fiction columns for the Los Angeles Times and the Barnes & Noble Review, covers publishing for DailyFinance, and freelances for publications on both sides of the Atlantic.
New York is home, but she is Canadian by birth and inclination.