TOO CLOSE TO THE FALLS by Catherine Gildiner From PenguinRandomHouse ABOUT TOO CLOSE TO THE FALLS Welcome to the childhood of Catherine McClure Gildiner. It is the mid-1950s in Lewiston, New York, a sleepy town near Niagara Falls. Divorce is unheard of, mothers wear high heels to the beauty salon, and television has only just arrived. The readers of Too Close To Home will continue to follow Jim Cutter investigation to find out what happens. Too Close To Home is anoth Too Close To Home is about murder, revenge, and suicide. One night in Promise Falls, three people were killed during a house invasion and witnessed by a teenage boy.
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'[A]nyone who appreciates a good story, well told, will find it in Too Close to the Falls'. - St. Louis Post Dispatch
'It captures the essence of childhood itself....Altogether compelling. I cannot recommend this book enough.' - The Toronto Star
'Memorable and skillfully told...Anyone who ever was, or has, a child considered different will enjoy this book.' - The Globe and Mail
'In each eventful chapter, Gildiner focuses on a particular adult who strongly influenced her understanding of the world. Often dangerous, her experiences, as related here, are also amusing, charming, and relevant. Highly recommended.' - Library Journal
'A messy portrait of a messy childhood, but rather moving in spite of itself.' - Kirkus
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