The Strand: A Novel

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Word Pub., 1997 - Fiction - 323 pages
4 Reviews

Anne Lorelli has it all. A successful husband. A beautiful home. And a life running right on schedule. But underneath the smooth surface, dark undercurrents are about to sweep her into a nightmare. Powerfully written and masterfully paced, this contemporary page-turner is both a sophisticated mystery with twists that defy formula fiction and a rich story simmering with subtle truths.

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I really enjoyed this mystery. Anne's growth is interesting to see. I did feel that the ending came almost too soon, would have liked to have a chapter or two more. Read full review

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User Review  - Lydia - Goodreads

The book was clean. It was a WW2 story and I would not be able to recomend it to a young audience. Read full review


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About the author (1997)

Ellen Vaughn is the former vice president of executive communications for Prison Fellowship, a speech writer, and fund-raising consultant. She has written or co-written more than twenty books including It's All About Him with Denise Jackson, Choosing to SEE with Mary Beth Chapman, and Mama Maggie: The Untold Story of One Woman's Mission to Love the Forgotten Children of Egypt's Garbage Slums with Martin Makary.

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