To Say Goodbye Review

To Say Goodbye introduces two mysteries which harness the lives of the protagonists who together support each other in their search for the resolution of their personal problems. The way they work through their search and ultimately resolve it draws them together and solidifies their relationship. The title, To Say Goodbye,  signals the book’s ending–saying “goodbye” to the past in order to build an unlimited future. ~Richard C. Kagan, The Chronicle, June 2012

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27 08 2012
To Say Goodbye Review « Beth Lapin

[…] to the past in order to build an unlimited future. ~Richard C. Kagan, The Chronicle, June 2012 Read the entire review here Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:LikeBe the first to like this. Leave a […]

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