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Book Review: But You Did Not Come Back | Literary Hoarders
The+Passenger by Lisa Lutz. 4 stars. fast paced, definite page-turner that leaves some plot threads dangling by the end but makes up for it with a secondary character that gave me Alice Morgan of Luther feels. books read in 2016, contemporary fiction, mystery thriller, novels, fiction, books
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