Renner, James. The Man from Primrose Lane. Sarah Crichton Books, 2012.
That synopsis doesn't nearly do this book justice. It's a crime book; it's a book about writing; it's a book about loss; it's a book about time travel. There's a little bit of everything in here, and it's an engrossing read. This book has been sitting on my "to read" shelf for far too long, and I am so glad I finally picked it up. I got so interested in the story that I nearly pulled an all-nighter just to finish it. If your library doesn't have a copy, figure out how to request one, or just buy it yourself. This book is excellent!
Recommended for: adults; fans of science fiction, fans of crime fiction. (If you'd enjoy seeing a mashup between Michael Connelly and Orson Scott Card, this book is PERFECT for you.)
Red Flags: language, talk of kidnapping, rape, and molestation. This is a book for adults, not for children.
Overall Rating: 5/5 stars