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Review of ‘Strange But True’

A family is a fragile entity. Even ones with the strongest of bonds can come unglued when tragedy strikes, as John Searles ably demonstrates in his poignant second novel, Strange But True.

It has been five years since 16-year-old Ronnie Chase died in a prom night car crash. His mother is now an acrimonious, slovenly…

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