#1685: Tana French “The Searcher” | The Book Show

November 03, 2020 00:27:29
#1685: Tana French “The Searcher” | The Book Show
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This week on The Book Show, Tana French discusses her book The Searcher. This is her first novel to feature an American protagonist and brings all of French’s atmospherics and characterization to a story that plays with the traditions of suspense fiction and does not fail to keep readers guessing. The New York Times has […]

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