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Thursday, December 4, 2014

Christmas Advent - The Angry Woman Suite by Lee Fullbright

"In The Angry Woman Suite, author Lee Fullbright weaves an intricate, engrossing, multi-generational story of significant depth. 

 This novel is told through the eyes of three characters. Aidan is a man who witnesses the consequences of terrible dysfunction between several families in a small east coast community. Francis, the product of that dysfunction, flees to the west coast and becomes the wholly unfit stepfather to the final narrator, a young girl named Elyse. The story opens with Elyse in the 1950s. From there, Fullbright slowly and masterfully moves back and forth to different times between 1900 and the 1960s to reveal the horrific story of the Grayson family and those they touched in their small community. The title of the book comes from a series of mysterious portraits that portray Francis' mother, Magdalene Grayson. However, that title could apply to almost every woman in this novel, while most of the men are depicted as damaged by that anger. To add to the richness, Fullbright liberally laces recurring references to game strategy, to a particular battle in our war for independence, and to the theme that things are never what they seem. Finally, Fullbright fills the plot with enough unexpected twists to keep the reader in suspense till the very end. 

 Winner of too many awards to list here, The Angry Woman Suite really should not be missed.” 
~San Francisco Book Review

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Lee Fullbright lives in San Diego, California. Her historical psychological-suspense novel, The Angry Woman Suite, a Kirkus Critics’ Pick, won a Discovery Award, the San Diego Book Award for Best Mystery, as well as the SD Theodor S. Geisel Award for "best of the best," and a Readers' Choice Gold Medal.

Lee's Christmas Wishes...
"The same every year: peace across the globe, education for all, a cure for cancer, and thin thighs."

Fondest Christmas Memory...
"Fondest Christmas ever is easy: 1980 with my husband and his family, and my sister and her family, at a Utah ski resort—(we’re from Southern California, so snow is a very big deal). It was the first time in six years that my entire extended family was together, and it was heaven."

Favorite Christmas Reads...
"O. Henry’s Gift of the Magi, and just one other: A Dog Named Bum, which was a Christmas gift to me and my sister when we were ten and eight, from our mother."

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  1. This is one of those books that once you read it you will never quite forget it--ever!

  2. I read this not long ago! It is definitely a great read!!

  3. Have to say I love the sound of this, I'm a fan of Kate Morton and Rachel Hoare and it sounds like their style.


  4. Ooh dear, it doesn't sound like a very cheery read. Not that the best books are every cheery reads.

  5. I haven't read her before but wow this cover is captivating!

  6. I think I have this book sitting in my Kindle. Now I really want to read it!

  7. I know just the person who would love this as a Chrstmas present. thanks for the review!

  8. Spending Christmas at a ski resort sounds magical and Lee's book sounds like a great read, even if it isn't very cheery!

  9. Sounds like it may be a great book. I will have to check it out. Thanks for sharing.


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