This post is NOT a double entendre, but more of a double-thought post. See, the book I will be reviewing came from a Little Free Library that is located inside of my local mom & pop grocery store--especially during this time of social distancing, when I am out and about, I am trying to eat and shop local. I've been holding off a little bit on this post because I wanted to snap a photo of the little free library to go along with this--but, the last time I went to a big chain store (because I needed specific Mexican ingredients that the mom & pop grocer doesn't carry in order to make slow-cooked barbacoa...and it was AMAZING).
I have always been intrigued by the Little Free Libraries, and even contemplated starting one myself...but I live in Redneckville, and reasonably figured my books would be completely desecrated by people who didn't appreciate them. (That's no way to treat a book, people!) If you live in a more respectful community, and are interested in donating to one yourself, I suggest you start at the source to learn more about the movement: https://littlefreelibrary.org/faqs/. The pandemic, drawing me to places I don't normally patronize, introduced me to a wonderful little free library, wherein I found another solid novel from Mary Higgins Clark.
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