Rosyland by Doug Ingold
A Novel in III Acts

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Glimpses of everyday life, such as Harold and his wife doing dishes or Elisa standing alone on her balcony at night, provide welcome breaks from the complicated yet compelling sting operation involving Pug and Harold. The relationship between Elisa and her handsome new man is an enjoyable addition to the mystery.
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A craving for revenge festers beneath the surface of this densely-plotted, character-rich novel about two families. As children Elisa and Janet were neighbors and best friends. Today only one thing connects them: the hatred one father has for the other. “Ingold’s narrative is laid out like a movie or stage play, and its shifts from scene to scene are effortless. A skillfully written novel with plenty of intrigue, plot twists, and romance.” Kirkus Reviews
 

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Published July 5, 2016 by Wolfenden. 376 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Glimpses of everyday life, such as Harold and his wife doing dishes or Elisa standing alone on her balcony at night, provide welcome breaks from the complicated yet compelling sting operation involving Pug and Harold. The relationship between Elisa and her handsome new man is an enjoyable addition to the mystery.

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