Not literary fiction, but a pleasant enough read if you're looking for something light in the way of a mystery.
So many books, so little time.
OMG I love books. The one constant in my life (nearly 3/4 of a century so far!) has been a love of reading. Mom taught me phonics before I even entered kindergarten and I've been hooked (get it, Boomers?) ever since.
I am a Fahrenheit 451 baby--I cut my political teeth on that book. I firmly believe that everything you could ever possibly want to know can be found in a book, somewhere.
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All I remember 11 years later is that I liked it. I wish I could say more, but I'm only adding it when I ran across something else of Rutledge's and was reminded of it. I guess it says a lot that I still feel this way about it 11 years later! You won't regret reading it.
In the long run, the quality of our lives often depends on the quality of our habits.