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Due Preparations for the Plague by Janette Turner Hospital
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Jan 17, 2010

it was ok
bookshelves: canadia, family-fiction
Read in January, 2010

This was on my list "to read" for a while, so I was a bit disappointed that I didn't like it more.

The synopsis is that Lowell the main character, inherits some files from his more than paranoid father related to the death of his mother during the hijacking of Air France 064.

And there's a woman named Sam who wants him to help her track down what happened.

The language is quite heavy - perhaps reflecting the psychological state of the characters as well as the mystery of what really happened to the flight, but it also slows down the reading experience in a way that didn't appeal to me.


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