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Review of ‘All the Houses’

It takes a bold author to write about an event which is so historically hazy that even the novel’s narrator wonders, “How many people even remember it?”

That’s Karen Olsson’s thirty-something protagonist Helen Atherton, referring to the Iran-Contra scandal of the 1980s.  Helen’s father, Tim, was an ambitious Washington operative who got caught up in…

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