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White Heat by M.J. McGrath
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Apr 05, 12

bookshelves: mystery-thriller-spy, around-the-world, canada
Read from March 21 to 24, 2012

I didn't want this book to be over. The little tidbits of history regarding the population of Ellesmere Island were fascinating to me. And then you add a mystery, and some interesting facts about lemmings which I never guessed I'd be interested in, and you have a great story. Initially I had a hard time with the book (the audio version), for some reason the voice of the reader just didn't do it for me, but once my mind got past that, I got to really like Edie, Joe, Derek even Sammy, despite the obvious cultural differences between them and us, southern people. I hope M.J. McGrath continues to write fiction, and now that she got me interested in the subject, I guess I'll have to check out her non-fiction books too.

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