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  • Hannah Greendale

    DOC î TEXT A Crime in the NeighborhoodFREE ´ TUSHNAHRAM A Crime in the NeighborhoodIn the summer of 1972 the suburban neighborhood of Spring Hill is rocked by a hideous crime one that Bernes masterfully introduces in the opening pages of A Crime in the Neighborhood What follows is a tense narrative delivered with such clarity and unnerving sense of reality that one easily forgets this is fiction Framed through the eyes of a ten year old girl who writes observations about her neighborhood in a pers


  • Robert

    DOC î TEXT A Crime in the NeighborhoodFREE ´ TUSHNAHRAM A Crime in the NeighborhoodI follow three literary prizes The Man Booker The Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and The Baileys Women's PrizeMan Booker usually the winners are bona fide post modern classics BUT usually I tend


  • Carol

    DOC î TEXT A Crime in the NeighborhoodFREE ´ TUSHNAHRAM A Crime in the NeighborhoodWhile I was reading this book I kept having to remind myself that it was a novel and not a true story Berne drew me right into the st


  • aPriL does feral sometimes

    DOC î TEXT A Crime in the NeighborhoodFREE ´ TUSHNAHRAM A Crime in the NeighborhoodIn high school I was in a class called Creative Writing The teacher assigned students to write a ten page descriptive essay about a particular subject periodically such as describing the beginning of autumn or about a domestic scene of preparing and eating food in a kitchen The te


  • Paul

    DOC î TEXT A Crime in the NeighborhoodFREE ´ TUSHNAHRAM A Crime in the NeighborhoodYou know you're getting on a bit when a novel set in the early 1970s can be described as a period piece This is set in suburban Washington DC in 19723 around the time Watergate was developing It won the Orange prize in 1999 and has been compared to To Kill a Mockingbird and Hitchcock's Rear Window Don't get either of these comparison's because in my opinion it is not that good The story is narrated by nine year old Marsha looking back as an adult Marsha it soon becomes clear is a spectacularly unreliable narrator Marsha parent's are splitting up because her father has had an affair with one of her aunts; the absent father is a presence throughout the novel Marsha's two siblings are older twins and tease her so she is very much alone She also has broken her ankle and so wat


  • Rebecca McNutt

    DOC î TEXT A Crime in the NeighborhoodFREE ´ TUSHNAHRAM A Crime in the NeighborhoodThis book is not only a powerful crime novel but also a nostalgic trip down memory lane that follows a character coping with the horror that strikes the place they call home


  • Claire Fuller

    DOC î TEXT A Crime in the NeighborhoodFREE ´ TUSHNAHRAM A Crime in the NeighborhoodMarsha is looking back to a couple of months in the summer 1972 when as a child her father leaves her mother for her aunt and a boy she knows a little and doesn't really like is molested and murdered in her neighbourhood Hot days and boiling nights make everyone in the claustrophobic suburbs suspicious of strangers until the undercurrent of hysteria bubbles up into a terrible accusation This book positively simmers But don't expect a crime novel; it's about asking why we do the things we do and not always knowing the answer


  • Rebecca

    DOC î TEXT A Crime in the NeighborhoodFREE ´ TUSHNAHRAM A Crime in the Neighborhood“If you hadn’t known what had happened in our neighborhood the street would have looked like any other suburban street in America” Marsha remembers the summer of 1972 when her father left her mother for Aunt Ada and news came of a young boy’s sexual assault and murder in the woods behind a mallLaid up with a broken ankle from falling out of a tree the 10 year old stays out of the way of her snide older twin siblings and keeps a close eye on the street’s comings and goings Like Harriet the Spy or Jimmy Stewart’s convalescent character in Rear Window she vows to note anything relevant in her Book of Evidence to pass on to the police Early on her suspicion lands on Mr Green the bachelor who lives next door Feeling abandoned by her father and underappreciated by the rest of her family Marsha embellishes the facts to craft a exciting story not knowing or caring that she could ruin another person’s lifeThe novel is


  • Sarah Ames-Foley

    DOC î TEXT A Crime in the NeighborhoodFREE ´ TUSHNAHRAM A Crime in the NeighborhoodThis review can also be found on my blogI'm sure there are readers who adore this book I'm sure there are brilliant messages one can glean from the words written here Unfortunately that was all wasted on me This book and I just did not get along There's nothing especially heinous about the writing or the plot; I just felt like I was being dragged through it Part of this is my fault I was expecting something closer to a thriller while the crime aspect of this novel is very much downplayed This is absolutely slice of life literary fiction with a dash of mystery to itAnother thing I struggled with was just not enjoying the narrator I found Marsha to be uite bland As a child she wanders around watches people and eavesdrops on conversations The little


  • Nancy

    DOC î TEXT A Crime in the NeighborhoodFREE ´ TUSHNAHRAM A Crime in the NeighborhoodHere is the number one rule that all 'mystery' writers should follow if your plot involves a murder it is your job to in the end tell the readers who did it Don't leave us hangingThis book was uite slow in the middle I kept thinking something would happen but it never did The writing was lovely enough to keep me interested and when I got near the end I did have that wonderful I can't wait to get back to the book feeling but only because I thought I would get some answers or be surprised or better yet shocked by something NopeNothing happened The murderer was never caught and I never learned what happened to anyone in the book except the parents and a few aunts That was beyond frustrating