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Generation Loss

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generationlossOur writer Crime Fiction Lover laps up Scandinavian crime novels like there’s no tomorrow, so it’s something of a departure to find his top book of 2013 is set in Maine. Photographer Cass Neary heads up to a remote island to interview another photographer who found fame and fortune in the 1960s but finds isolation, madness, secrets and murder.

In a community of strange characters who face the hardships of an unforgiving terrain while drifting further away from the modern world, Cass uses her photographer’s eye to solve a disturbing case of missing teenagers. Reviewed here, and an there is also an interview with the author here.


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