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Editorial | Devil in the White City, a quick & dirty review

A couple of weekends ago, I found myself on an unexpected flight back from Minnesota.  I had taken my laptop along in lieu of other entertainment, intending to get a lot of work done, but on the last leg of my journey, I just wasn’t feeling it.  So, I started wandering around the Charlotte, NC airport looking for reading material.  It took no fewer than three bookstores for me to find one with a selection that included anything other than Danielle Steele, Nicholas Sparks, and James Patterson, but I did finally come across a book that I had been planning to read for a few months: Devil in the White City.  I finally wrapped up the book last night, so here is my quick and dirty review.

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