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    Over the course of nine novels, Scott Turow's Kindle County has become one the best-known settings in American literature. While fictional locations are not uncommon in the crime genre — the city of Santa Teresa in Ross Macdonald's and, later, Sue Grafton's mysteries comes most readily to mind...
    October 18, 2013
    Paula Woods

    Scott Turow's 'Identical' has Greek myth proportions

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      Greek myth and ugly truths are entwined throughout Scott Turow's 10th novel, "Identical." In 1982, during a Greek New Year picnic at the estate of powerful businessman and likely gubernatorial candidate Zeus Kronon, his daughter Dita (short for Aphrodite) is brutally murdered.

    • Sara Fabick

      Scott Turow's 'Identical' has Greek myth proportions

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