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The reader immediately begins to sympathize with Marnie. She is dyslecsic, a wall flower, and always seems to blend into the background. When she is called to the death bed of one of her oldest and dearest friends, Ralph, all over her childhood memories flood her consciousness. So at Ralph's bedside they relive the memories. Some where joyful, but more often than not they were trials. An enjoyable book.

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One of the best Eve Dallas novels I've read in a long time. JD Robb is starting to get her wind back. For a while, some of her books were just treading water - but between this one and the one before it's obvious she's still in love with this world. The wedding storyline was done very nicely and we saw a side of Eve we rarely see. Usually when she interacts with her friends it was all one-way. It always seemed she took more than she gave in those relationships. But in this novel, her relationships seemed to move above the mystery storyline at points. I know that it is probably just me projecting my own feelings, but I wish she would add something more complicated in their life. A baby, Roarke or Eve in peril, having a character from Eve's past, et al. Can't wait for the next one!