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Mrs Scoppettone never fails to surprise and entertain her audiance, she is simply a brilliant writer. Mar 09, Sketchycat8 rated it it was amazing. Great series, was sad when it ended. Well developed characters and quick read. Aug 07, TJ rated it it was ok Shelves: mystery. Not worth the read. Nov 10, Roger N. A mystery, all about shifting perceptions.
Even more than Everything You Have is Mine , a good reminder of why I enjoyed these so much the first time around. Feb 24, Jason rated it it was amazing. I Love a mystery where I'm completely clueless until the big reveal! This was the case with this delightful entry in the Lauren Laurano series. I adore Lauren and Kip, but things are not easy for them, or their friends, in this one. I can't believe I'[m 20 years behind in reading these wonderful mysteries by Sandra Scoppettone!
Aug 12, Cheryl rated it it was amazing. I'm waiting on a couple of books from the library - so decided to reread this delightful series read them years ago. The main character is a smart, quirky PI who lives in Greenwich Village with her partner - who's a therapist : and spends nearly as I'm waiting on a couple of books from the library - so decided to reread this delightful series read them years ago.
The main character is a smart, quirky PI who lives in Greenwich Village with her partner - who's a therapist : and spends nearly as much time deciding where to have dessert as solving the crime. As enjoyable the second time around as the first. Tre stelline e mezza. La rilettura toglie qualcosa.
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The United States Of America. About Sandra Scoppettone. Sandra Scoppettone. Also wrote as Jack Early. Sandra Scoppettone first emerged as one of the best hard-boiled mystery writers using the name Jack Early for her first three novels that included A Creative Kind of Killer that won the Shamus Award from the Private Eye Writers of America for best first novel. Scoppettone in the s collaborated with Louise Fitzhuh and in the s wrote important young adult novels. Her real name was revealed in the s with the start of a series featuring PI Lauren Laurano. Scoppettone shares her life with writer Linda Crawford.
Other books in the series. Everything's perfectly all right, but I shan't be home to dinner. I'm with Miss Lewis. Miss Lewis, dear. You know, the librarian I told you about at Boots Well, I met her in the high street a little while ago in a terrible state. Her mother's been taken ill and I promised to stay with her until the doctor comes It's awfully easy to lie when you know you're trusted implicitly. So very easy and so very degrading. I started walking without much purpose.
I turned out of the high street almost immediately. I was terrified that I might run into Alec. I was pretty certain that he would come after me to the station. I walked for a long while. Finally, I found myself at the War Memorial, you know, it's right at the other side of the town. It had stopped raining altogether, and I felt stifflingly hot, so I sat down on one of the seats.
Fleeing from her humiliation and shame - and from the apartment, Laura ends up in a small square. From a high, wide-angle shot, she is shown as a tiny figure approaching a bench, overshadowed by a large dark, disapproving public statue - a War Memorial monument to her left in the foreground. The statue with phallic elements 'witnesses' her inner state of mind, looming down over her and her recent sinful, scandalous behavior.
Soon, a policeman approaches - a symbol of social order and law-abiding enforcement, and she feels guilt "I felt like a criminal" :. There was nobody about and I lit a cigarette. I know how you disapprove of women smoking in the street. I do too really, but I wanted to calm my nerves and I thought it might help.
I sat there for ages, I don't know how long. Then I noticed a policeman walking up and down a little way off. He was looking at me rather suspiciously. Presently, he came up to me. Laura: Yes, thank you. Bobbie: Waiting for someone? Laura: No. No, I'm not waiting for anyone.
Bobbie: Don't go and catch cold now. The damp might be setting about on seats.
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Laura: I'm going now anyhow. I've got to catch a train. Bobbie: Are you sure you feel quite all right? Laura: Quite thank you. Good night. Bobbie: Good night, Miss. I walked away, trying to look casual, knowing that he was watching me. I felt like a criminal. I walked rather quickly back in the direction of the high street. I got to the station fifteen minutes before the last train to Ketchworth.
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And then I realized that I'd been wandering about for over three hours, but it didn't seem to be any time at all. Laura requests a glass of brandy and a piece of paper and an envelope from the attendant at the tea room bar, just as the establishment is about to close. While pondering what to write, Alec finds her there with a worried look on his face:.
Alec: Darling, I've been looking for you everywhere. Laura: Please go away. Please don't Please go away. Alec: I've watched every train. I can't leave you like this You're being dreadfully cruel. It was just an accident that he came back. He doesn't know who you are. He never even saw you. Laura: I suppose he laughed, didn't he? Alec: He didn't speak of you.
We spoke of some nameless creature who has no reality at all.
Laura: Well, why didn't you tell him who I was? Why didn't you say we were cheap and low, not cowards Alec: Stop it, Laura. Pull yourself together. Laura: But it's true, isn't it? It's true. Alec: It's nothing of the sort. We know we really love each other.
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That's true. That's all that really matters. Laura: It isn't all that really matters. Other things matter too. Self-respect matters and decency. I can't go on any longer. Alec: Could you really say goodbye?
Never see me again? Laura: Yes, if you'd help me. Alec: I love you, Laura. I shall love you always until the end of my life. I can't look at you now cause I know something. I know that this is the beginning of the end. Not the end of my loving you but the end of our being together. But not quite yet, darling. Not quite yet. Laura: Very well. Alec: I know what you feel about this evening.
I mean about the sordidness of it. I know about the strain of our different lives - our lives apart from each other. The feeling of guilt and doing wrong is too strong, isn't it? Too great a price to pay for the happiness we have together. I know all this because it's the same for me too. Laura: You can look at me now. I'm all right.
Alec: Let's be very careful. Let's prepare ourselves. A sudden break now, however brave and admirable will be too cruel. We can't do such violence to our hearts and minds. As the bell for Laura's train rings, Alec announces his family's anticipated departure to Johannesburg, South Africa where he will join a medical clinic.
It is a gentlemanly, responsible gesture to resolve the dilemma of their relationship, and it signals the coming end of their short-lived romance and the "only way out" to end their pain:. Alec: I'm going away Laura: I see Laura: Please, not quite yet. The leave the tea room and walk together toward the station platform. Alec: I want you to promise me something. Laura: What is it?
Alec: Promise me that however unhappy you are and however much you think things over that you'll meet me again next Thursday. Laura: Where? Alec: Outside the hospital at Laura: All right, I promise. Alec: I've got to talk to you. I've got to explain. Laura: About going away? Alec: Yes.
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Laura: Where will you go? Where can you go? You can't give up your practice. Alec: I've had a job offered me. I wasn't going to tell you. I wasn't going to take it, but I know now it's the only way out. Alec: A long way away - Johannesburg. Laura startled : Oh Alec. Alec: My brother's out there. They're opening a new hospital and they want me to It's a fine opportunity, really.
I'll take Madeleine and the boys. It's been torturing me, the necessity of making a decision one way or the other. I haven't told anybody. Not even Madeleine. I couldn't bear the thought of leaving you. But now I see it's got to happen soon anyway. It's almost happening already.
Stunned, Laura sits down as the news has a delayed impact upon her and begins to sink in. Laura: How soon will you go? Alec: Almost immediately, in about two weeks time. Laura: Quite near, isn't it? Alec: Do you want me to stay? Do you want me to turn down the offer? Laura: Oh don't be foolish, Alec. Alec: I'll do whatever you say. Laura crying : That's unkind of you, my darling. Train Announcement: The train for Ketchworth is now arriving at platform three.
In a well-remembered image, Laura is led to the train in Alec's arm. She steps in the car, turns, and leans out the window. Alec: You're not angry with me are you? Laura: No, I'm not angry. I don't think I'm anything really. I just feel tired.