Every once in a while I get lucky and am offered a chance to interview an author prior to a book’s publication — in this case, North Shore Chicago denizen Lisa Barr. Which usually means I also get a copy of the book.
Her latest, “The Unbreakables,” hit bookshelves on June 4 — and it’s a tale that’ll have readers wondering if they need to revisit the Ashley Madison hack from a few years back.
The story is fiction, she’ll tell you, but the setting isn’t. From the city to the ‘burbs and straight through to the south of France, Barr weaves in very real places that help to ground a “There’s no way all this happens to one person” kind of story.
You can read the entire review here.
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