Author: M.J. Rose

Review: Closure – John Lescroart and M.J. Rose

Review: Closure – John Lescroart and M.J. Rose

Closure is a very short story, like an introduction to a new author, if you will. My Closure mini-review Closure is not exactly the most unexpected story I have ever read, but for the twenty-five pages it lasted, I was definitely into Lucy and what she was up to. From the way she made her therapist nervous, to the way she worked to find the painter she had so admired when she was a child. Written in first person past tense, from the unnamed therapist’s point of view, I got a good sense of Lucy, as well as  Frank Millay, and the flow was nicely done.  For the parts of the story when the therapist wasn’t present, the third person […]

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