Saturday, March 16, 2013


Betrayal. Charles Dubow excels at developing the cast of characters in his novel, Indiscretion. He accomplishes what most novelists attempt: presenting us with human behavior in ways that resonate for us in nuance. Each character is neither totally good nor totally evil. There is love and betrayal. There are mistakes and consequences. These recognizable characters, like all of us, live in ways that are shaded, not black and white. What appealed to me so much was the way in which Dubow drew me in from the beginning and helped me care about what happened to these characters. Rating: Four-star (I like it) Click here to purchase Indiscretion from

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