I received a free kindle copy of Lost in the Ivy by Randy Richardson, published by Eckhartz Press from NetGalley in exchange for a fair review.
I gave this Chicago Cubs fan mystery four stars.
Charley Hubs walks into a diner & describes it like this. "With its cool black & white veneer aglow in neon, the diner's exterior looked like it came off the canvas of an Edward Hopper painting. Inside, rock 'n' roll played on the jukebox."
Charley has amnesia. He does have flashes of the past. "Why couldn't he just let it go? Why couldn't the past just stay in the past? Why couldn't he start anew? Why? Why? Why? So many questions haunted him. Too many of them unanswered. So he ran."
It was a convoluted story with many twists & turns. It was not always clear what was real. But it was interesting.
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