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Review of ‘Black Olives’

True to its title, Martha Tod Dudman's new novel Black Olives is a salty and succulent treat, less than 200 tasty pages that are likely to be devoured in a single gulp—or, should I say, read.

From the first few pages, when Dudman's quirky and loveable middle-aged heroine Virginia spies her lost love David while…

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