23 May 2010 ~ 2 Comments

Bookfinds Review of ‘Alexandra, Gone’

Often characterized as a chick-lit writer, Anna McPartlin’s latest novel, Alexandra, Gone, offers much more emotional depth than is often found between the candy-colored covers of her contemporaries. McPartlin tackles regret, fear, loss and heartbreak in her very readable and captivating novel. This story centers on the disappearance of Alexandra Kavanaugh and the effect it has on her family and friends. Four people discover themselves while searching for a lost friend. (Alexandra, Gone by Anna McPartlin, Downtown Press, April 13, 2010)

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