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Michelle Richmond's Reviews

Reviews of Michelle’s Work

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Apr.01.2010
Published by Closer Magazine
Heartbreaking and riveting, this novel is beautifully written.
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Apr.01.2010
Published by Daily Mail (UK)
With just two books, Michelle Richmond has established herself as mistress of the kind of literary mystery that packs the punch of a fine thriller, but with added insight and...
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Published by San Francisco Chronicle
Remember this name: Michelle Richmond...impressive talent and emotional range...Richmond writes with grace, calm, a refreshing sense of playfulness
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Published by La Libre, Belgium
"With sensitivity, Michelle Richmond examines the fragility of our own stories and the role of memory."
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Published by Paisajes
"Richmond masterfully conjures feelings of love and loss."
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Published by WDR5, Germany
Shines with a pleasing literary style, a quiet narrative and intense characters.
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Published by Madame Magazine
Deeply moving.
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Published by Radio France
"The gripping story of the search for a missing child..."
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Published by Elle France
A breathtaking novel...magnetic.
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Published by Channel 2, France
“The book of the summer…If you read only one book, read The Year of Fog.”
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Jul.17.2009
Published by Le Figaro, France: "The Great Successes of the Summer"
À la Fnac, Laurence Deschamps, chef de produit littérature, est ravie : « Le polar et la fiction se vendent encore mieux que l'été dernier. On sent que les gens ont envie de se...
No One You Know
Jun.11.2009
Published by The Daily Mail (UK)
This story about two sisters - one of whom is randomly murdered - is a terrific literary mystery. But it's also a story about story-telling, the way stories shape lives and the...
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Published by South China Morning Post
An unusually imaginative novel of family, loss and hope, The Year of Fog tackles mysteries of time, memory and the human heart.
No One You Know
Jul.13.2008
Published by Boston Globe
Thoughtful, involving, intricately constructed, and well written...Michelle Richmond never strikes a false note in No One You Know…It's an intelligent, emotionally convincing tale...
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May.28.2008
Published by Booklist
Heartbreaking and compelling…Richmond gracefully weaves in fascinating background material on the coffee culture and the field of mathematics as she thoughtfully explores family...