The Girl in the Green Raincoat (hardcover)
4 journalers for this copy...
What follows is a novella with homages and tributes to varied classics. Rear Window obviously comes to mind... But you will see a lot more. Good taut mystery, hidden in a book that was written for serialization in the NYT. now in book format. Fun.
Oh... does anyone else get the reference to Pet Semitary?
Fly far little book!
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I read Pet Sematary a LONG time ago...so no promises there.
I'll count this book as my 2016 Maryland read for NancyNova's 2015-2016 50 States reading challenge.
2016 states read (17/51): AL ▫ CA ▫ CO ▫ GA ▫ ID ▫ IA ▫ LA ▫ MD ▫ MA ▫ MN ▫ MO ▫ MT ▫ NH ▫ NM ▫ NY ▫ VT ▫ WY
Notes for 1st quarter re-do:
Week 10: Woman on cover
Week 11: Green on cover
Week 12: Alliterative author name
Released for Secretariat's 2016 Never Judge a Book By Its Cover Challenge (week 13: 1st quarter re-do).
Since Pakistan's flag is green and white, this book with a predominantly green cover is released for the victims of the recent bombing in Pakistan and victims of terrorism worldwide. To quote John Lennon, "Imagine all the people living life in peace..."
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Peter read it and liked the allusion to Rear Window
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