An Unsettling Tale, Honestly Told

Books: ‘What Was Mine’
photo by John Gruen Helen Klein Ross

Helen Klein Ross, a resident of Lake-ville, has  a new book out this week: “What Was Mine.” It is set in vibrant scenes in New York City, California, China and the New Jersey suburbs, and it is daring and remarkable. She is not afraid of violating  (successfully) the standard “rule” in fiction of maintaining a single, constant voice.  Instead she competently uses multiple voices of several characters which could confuse (even annoy) a reader. In Ross’s hands, amazingly, neither occurs.

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