Book review: “An Elderly Lady Must Not Be Crossed”

Memories flood your brain at the oddest times.

They're spontaneous and unbidden, random and fleeting. You may be tinkering in the kitchen, and thoughts of a childhood friend pop into your head. Raking leaves, and Grandpa's car enters your mind. Reading a book like the new novel "An Elderly Lady Must Not Be Crossed" by Helene Tursten, and you remember the people you've . . .

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