In Review: Harvest of Ruins a page-turner 2012/10/14Posted by Sandra Ruttan in Uncategorized.
“This book has a great opening. It’s like crashing into a swimming pool from the flumes into deep-cold water as it takes a little time to find orientation.
“On the surface, this book is a courtroom drama, a very good one at that….
“To leave it there wouldn’t do the book justice. It examines some of the sensitive aspects of parenting, friendships and growing u with real skill, tenderness and insight. How vulnerable the young can be and how far the grown-ups of this world will go to cover up the vulnerabilities that linger.
“Whether you enjoy a police-procedural, a courtroom drama or a more serious examination of life and its relationships, this is likely to be a book for you.”
Nigel Bird – click for the full review