Twenty Questions by Alison Clement
A Novel

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June's connection to a murder becomes an obsession that leads her into an intimate and increasingly deceptive relationship with the dead woman's family, forcing her to confront her own marriage and past. - Oregon Book Aware winner, Best Novel satisfies at all levels. - Oregon Book Award judge, Antonya Nelson a master of plot surprises - School Library Journal wrestiles eloquently with some meaty issues: lies, responsibility, chance - Kirkus Touching, funny . . . passes the test with an A - BookPage Clement has shown herself again as a novelist worthy of our attention - Denver Post, James Hoggard

About Alison Clement

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Alison Clement has been a waitress, bartender, housepainter, and fruit picker. She lives with her partner and their two children in western Oregon, where she is an elementary school librarian.
Published August 11, 2011 by 13th Street Press. 292 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Children's Books. Non-fiction

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As clues pile up, June rationalizes away her suspicions that Bill knew Vernay until the day Cindy appears wearing a bracelet that belonged to Bill’s mother.

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This might have been a fairly typical murder mystery were it not for the compelling protagonist at its center: June Duvall, a smalltown woman who works at an elementary school cafeteria.

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