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Saturday, February 16, 2013

Double Blind by Brandilyn Collins

This is a character study mystery.  Lisa Newberry is recently widowed and a victim of mugging.   She is struggling with depression.  She finds what she thinks is going to be a universal panacea.  That is when her real troubles begin.

Lisa Newberry’s depression is well portrayed.  Sadly depression (no pun intended) afflicts an enormous number of people and is often mis-diagnosed or ignored.  Lisa’s trials with hope are in themselves depressing.  This is not a light hearted book.

Ms. Collins does a nice job depicting the conflicted relationship Lisa has with her mother.  The mystery is well done and the characters are clearly portrayed. 

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