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New World Monkeys by Nancy Mauro

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Duncan and Lily's marriage is straining and they decide to try to revitalize it by spending the summer in upstate New York. Lily has an old family home there, a collapsing Victorian with plenty of quirks. But those quirks are nothing compared to their run-in with a wild boar (involving a tire iron), the discovery of human bones in the backyard (involving a poodle) and a peeping Tom (involving laughing gas). At times, I wondered where we were going with all these story lines, but they tie together remarkably well and the story took me on a very fun and wild ride! Check catalog for availability.

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