Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Between Here and April

by Deborah Copaken Kogan


As a librarian, we sometimes receive advanced copies of soon-to-be-released titles for review. Every once in awhile, we get our hands on something fabulous that the public hasn't been able to read yet. This is a must-read new release and you can reserve our copy on order through our library catalog.

Elizabeth Steiger is on a mission to find the truth behind the disappearance of her friend, April. The two had been inseparable in 1st grade, until one day, April didn't come to school and never returned. Now, thirty-odd years later, Elizabeth's journalistic instinct remembers the oddity surrounding the circumstance and wonders what happened. After she reveals that April had been a victim of filicide, her mother killing herself along with her two daughters, Elizabeth tries to unravel the details surrounding the deaths - as well as the complicated web of her own life.


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