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BOOK REVIEW: WELL READ AND DEAD
BY CATHERINE O'CONNELL

We hope you enjoy this book review by Carmelita Peters.


Pauline Cook embarks upon a mysterious and glamourous adventure which is designed to find her missing friend. On the way she uncovers information which is socially redeptive and helpful in uncovering the mystery. She faces adventure, danger and intrigue along the way. Pauline is right at home in the wealth department, and in spite of her seemingly flippant attitude toward middle-class values, she has a solid moral grounding which serves her well.

At first, Pauline seemed like an air-head with good connections. Her life-style and belongings appeared over-the-top and unbelievable. As the novel progresses, one changes his view of Pauline. Under all the glitz and glamour is a woman of much knowledge, curiousity, and resiliance and the ultimate disposition of her material wealth underlines her character. Good reading. One likes Pauline. One wants to read more about Pauline. I, for one, will do so.

REVIEWED BY CARMELITA PETERS

DO NOT REPRINT WITHOUT PERMISSION OF THE REVIEWER, CARMELITA PETERS


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