Good to a Fault

I just finished reading Good to a Fault by Marina Endicott, a Giller finalist in 2008.  It has to be one of the best novels I have read in months.  The book depicts a middle-aged woman’s offer of assistance to a family in trouble and how it changes her life in many ways.  Beautifully drawn characters both attract and repel the reader.  

Two thumbs way up.

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