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[[ Read Epub ]] Ì In Malice, Quite Close: A Novel ë A sophisticated mystery debut in which priceless art and unspeakable desires convergeWhen French expatriate Tristan Mourault becomes enad with fifteen year old Karen Miller, he rescues her from her working class circumstances and stages her death to mask his true crime Years later, Karen is now Gis le and lives with Tristan in rarefied Devon, Washington She has married another man to keep up appearances, but when her daughter stumbles upon a secret cache of paintings all nudes of Gis le Tristan s carefully curated world begins to crumble Set against a byzantine backdrop of greed, artifice, and manipulation with tantalizing echoes of Lolita In Malice, Quite Close keeps its most devastating secrets right up until the very last page I won this book on goodreads from Viking and I am very thankful The first chapter will get you hooked I would highly suggest this book All of the lies and betrayls are mixed with what the characters think love is A great book that kept me guessing until the very end. Audio 5 StarsStory2.5 Anticlimactic Stars The story felt unnecessarily long, and the details about Art were mind numbing If not for the amazing narrator performance and my need to know who done it, this would have been a DNF. 5 stars audio2 drawn out stars story. I am afraid to pick up another book too soon after this one, for fear that it might be much like chasing a fine wine with a pasty toothbrush letting it linger a bit seems farattractive I will say, admittedly, that I was contemplating moving on to another book a bit after the initial excitement had faded what a mistake that would have been The story here is great, and full of savory characters and exciting twists, but the language here is the real winner I praise Brandi Lynn Ryder for I am afraid to pick up another book too soon after this one, for fear that it might be much like chasing a fine wine with a pasty toothbrush letting it linger a bit seems farattractive I will say, admittedly, that I was contemplating moving on to another book a bit after the initial excitement had faded what a mistake that would have been The story here is great, and full of savory characters and exciting twists, but the language here is the real winner I praise Brandi Lynn Ryder for her absolute command of the English language and consequently, my full and floral imagination If I could write like this I would exhaust myself to death by pen I sometimes underline passages from books that I find particularly impressive or poetic, but with this book, ordering a copy entirely in underline might beappropriate Brava Bien fait