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Glen Creason

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in South Gate, Ca., The United States
August 27

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Average rating: 4.55 · 31 ratings · 3 reviews · 1 distinct work · Similar authors
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If you like true crime written with prose with a giddyap this is the stuff.
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A true page turner that holds you to the last sad page. I wish they had not made the less than satisfying movie which might dissuade readers.
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Depth of knowledge in several fields by author gave characters depth and spiced the story up delightfully. Her prose just flows and the off-kilter heroine just seems more human the more flaws she exposes. An unsung LA book
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Camp So and So is a book with texture and layers that demonstrate some uncommon writing skills of the author Mary McCoy. It is most decidedly four fifths a YA novel with the thrill of a mystery and characters who are classic heroines who find their s ...more
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Very important topic and exhaustive research. The early parts of the book are a little too fact-filled which affects the narrative but the empathy and sensitivity to the victims makes for a fine story.
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Main Street by Sinclair Lewis
“It is an unimaginatively standardized background, a sluggishness, of speech and manners, a rigid ruling of the spirit by the desire to appear respectable. It is contentment...the contentment of the quiet dead, who are scornful of the living for their restless walking. It is negation canonized as the one positive virtue. It is the prohibition of happiness. It is slavery self-sought and self-defended. It is dullness made God. A savorless people, gulping tasteless food, and sitting afterward, coatless and thoughtless, in rocking chairs prickly with inane decorations, listening to mechanical music, saying mechanical things about the excellence of Ford automobiles, and viewing themselves as the greatest race in the world.”
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“Words are but the vague shadows of the volumes we mean.  Little audible links, they are, chaining together great inaudible feelings and purposes.”
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“Anything for a quiet life; as the man said when he took the situation at the lighthouse.”
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Sinclair Lewis
“It is an unimaginatively standardized background, a sluggishness, of speech and manners, a rigid ruling of the spirit by the desire to appear respectable. It is contentment...the contentment of the quiet dead, who are scornful of the living for their restless walking. It is negation canonized as the one positive virtue. It is the prohibition of happiness. It is slavery self-sought and self-defended. It is dullness made God. A savorless people, gulping tasteless food, and sitting afterward, coatless and thoughtless, in rocking chairs prickly with inane decorations, listening to mechanical music, saying mechanical things about the excellence of Ford automobiles, and viewing themselves as the greatest race in the world.”
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