Elizabeth Kelley's novel The Last Summer of the Camperdowns is fantastic! I was immediately engaged and absorbed by Kelley's unique writing style. Her character development of the Camperdown family and their friends and neighbors is brilliant and each person contributes to the family's dysfunctional lifestyle on Cape Cod (my native land). Some of the scenes are hilarious, yet others are so intense they left my heart racing. This novel has it all - politics, infatuation, secrets, scandals, revenge... It is a quick and compelling read.
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Keith Scribner's latest novel, The Oregon Experiment, is an olfactory adventure from coast to coast. Young Professor Scanlon Pratt and his wife Naomi relocate to a small, coastal Oregon town from New York City. Pregnant and temporarily without her infamous sense of smell, Naomi struggles with her inability to continue working as a fragrance designer. Unhappy, she finds solace in young anarchist Clay as Scanlon looks to his new, enchanting friend Sequoia for compassion. Many adventures pursue and lead to the novel's unconventional ending.
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