A Thousand Pardons by Jonathan Dee

When her marriage breaks apart after a spectacular midwife crisis, a mom discovers a natural talent for public relations.

A Thousand Pardons isn’t quite the fictional juggernaut its marketing copy made it out to be. It’s a mostly engaging character study that never quite pulled me in. It kept a certain level of distance from the reader, and that’s a technique that just doesn’t do it for me.

Many thanks to Random House for the review copy.

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