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The night after I finished reading See How Small, I was haunted by the book, my dreams a struggle to bring justice to the girls and peace to the ones they left behind. I woke up and read the book again.
"We have always lived here, though we pretend we've just arrived."—I was drawn into Scott Blackwood's novel See How Small by the very first sentence: A simple sentence but one that promises mystery, obfuscation, surprise. Three young women are brutally murdered in a small town, and the duplicity is everywhere, in all the lies told by those left behind. Blackwood's precise and crystalline...