★★★★★ “It's one of those books that takes two different time periods in a women's life and weaves them together gradually in a very clever way.  

 

Reznik uses a great technique going back and forth in time constantly building suspense along the way.   As someone who is selective about what I read, this book didn't disappoint. Great mystery and suspense. Add a star if you were a “flower child” from the sixties. — Les Goodstein,  Former President and COO,  New York Daily News

★★★★★ “I love a mystery and I love stories about the late 60's/early 70's and this book has both! Really fun read."  —Barbara Gaines, Executive Producer, The Late Show with David Letterman 

★★★★★  “GONE GIRL in the sixties.” Amazon Reviewer 

“In Reznik’s debut novel, a woman confronts long-buried secrets when an old college friend commits suicide. . . . While effective as a page-turner, the novel also tells a timeless, universal tale of a woman’s journey toward self-acceptance. An exciting tale of past crimes and dangerous friendships.” —Kirkus Reviews

The Girl From Long Guyland
The M&M Boys

​★★★★★ Author Lara Reznik hits it out of the park with her ode to baseball, growing up, and the game of life. . . .You don't need to love the game to enjoy this yarn, as Reznik makes it an enjoyable run around the bases for all." — Joanna DelBuono, Brooklyn Daily

 . .  ."The closing sequence tear-jerrkingly fulfills the wishes of every kid who has ever had a hero, played a sport, or fought with a parent. Like the best of the genre, there's a baseball-as-metaphor-for-life theme here to which few readers will be immune." —Kirkus Review

. . ."Reznik offers a breezy, largely anecdotal glimpse at a singular New York era." —Publisher's Weekly's BookList

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