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Spotlight on An Uncommon Education

My current read, Elizabeth Percer’s An Uncommon Education, is a rare breed indeed.  The heroine had me at the first page and she has not let go since.

Naomi Feinstein has a penchant for saving those closest to her.  She also steals a photo of Amelia Earhart that once belonged to Rosemary Kennedy from the Boston house where JFK was born.  Naomi saved it, too, you see.

Nothing about Naomi is ordinary.  Her education and her memory are stellar.  She is the force that drives Percer’s quirky debut.

Elizabeth Percer–you should remember that name.  She’ll be around a long time, or at least according to the promise she shows in An Uncommon Education.

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