Monday, August 20, 2007

Crime and Clutter by Cyndy Salzmann

TITLE: Crime and Clutter
BY: Cyndy Salzmann
ISBN-13: 978-1-58229-644-9
ISBN-10: 1-58229-644-8
Pages: 270

Liz Harris and her Friday Afternoon Club take us back to the 60’s in hilarious fashion as they wend their way through the mysterious past (and identity) of one of their own. Good eats (with recipes) are as much a part of who each of the FAC members is as is the diversity of personalities.

Cyndy Salzmann has another winner here. Without violence, gore, gratuitous sex or preaching, she leads us back to a time of war, peace marches, civil disobedience—not to mention free love, free sex, and drugs—that many of us lived through but didn’t quite understand.

Crime and Clutter is part history lesson and part psychology 101, but mostly a tale of friendship and honor, forgiveness and redemption.

Linda J. Hutchinson
Freelance writer/copywriter

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