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Murder the March Hare

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Cosmo knows he's crazy, his homicidal squirrel tells him so every day. Not that Bandit has to, he just likes reminding him of the facts of the situation. After living at Wellspring Hospital for the last two years not much has changed for Cosmo. His pills are still rainbow coloured, therapy is still a bore, and above all he isn't getting better. Bandit's trying to help him ...more
Published July 17th 2020
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Jun 25, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I wouldn't really call it a "mystery or a suspense" book....although there was that dead body. Of all the characters I liked the idea of the homicidal squirrel the most. He was the only one that really seemed to know what was going on...but then he was probably "nuts" anyway. It was an interesting plot and an entirely different type of book than I would usually read and in all honesty I probably would have completely overlooked it if I had not received a copy from Early Reviewers. I have to say ...more
Jul 16, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I was very taken with this book. The writer bravely delves into the issues faced by a group of troubled teens who are plagued by their inner demons and are holed up together in a treatment facility for youngsters with mental health problems. Whilst dealing with their own past traumas, they become immersed in a battle to find out the truth about the mysterious, violent death of another patient. Whilst this might sound like a heavy read, the writer cleverly weaves humour and hope into the story as ...more
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