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One of the best friends of the main character kind of felt like a caricature of black women (but as I am definitely not a black woman I can’t really speak too much on it other than there may be some black women who act the way she does but it felt very caricature-ish and stereotypical and made me really uncomfortable). It was a decent book that took me a while to get into.
The other one and main character for that matter read as very stereotypical white book experience characters. There was a lot of “I’m a man so I’ll take care of this and not tell you much and then get angry when you get in trouble and I have to rescue you because you expressly disobeyed my ‘don’t do this’ without any explanation as to why” that kind of pissed me off.
Harley Jane Kozak (born January 28, 1957) is an American actress and author.
She made her film debut in the slasher film The House on Sorority Row (1982), and had a recurring role as Mary Duvall on the soap opera Santa Barbara between 19.
The show received such a huge number of letters that eventually they admitted their mistake and asked Kozak to come back.
She declined the offer since she was already working with other projects and she was proud of the unusual way her character had made her exit.
I was expecting it to be a little more humourous with the title. I enjoyed the bit of murder-mystery with the story.
She played the role of Bess Allison, a mother who dies while searching her missing baby at the time when RMS Titanic sinks.
The first three novels were published by Doubleday, a division of Random House, the most recent was published by Broadway Books following the restructuring of Doubleday.