carrps September 12, 2017 Share September 12, 2017 (edited) On 4/3/2017 at 5:58 PM, stillshimpy said: I also liked that it was the male detective who told Zippo to just let it go. I fully agree with him and honestly thought Zippo was being ridiculous to continue to watch all of the women. I haven't read the book (although I really enjoy Lianne Moriarty's books -- comfort reads because everything is fine in the end no matter how dire things look), but I was wondering after hearing Kelley's comments about the detective watching the women...how there is no closure ever. I didn't like that idea (because in Lianne Moriarty's world there jolly well is closure) because it seemed like something that he tacked on to be oh-so-clever. Was that in the book? Or is it discussed in the book thread? It added -- to me -- a false note. Edited September 12, 2017 by carrps Always forget Kelley's second 'e.' 3 Link to comment
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