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The Neighbors Are Watching: 03/10/19
The Neighbors Are Watching by Debra Ginsberg is a mystery disguised as literature set against the fires that raged through eastern San Diego county. Diana Jones, a pregnant teen shows up on the doorstep of her father's. Until now he hadn't know about her and his wife isn't eager to bring her in.
Every chapter is told from a different point of view. Every chapter is filled with anger and angst to the point of melodrama. Every single character has some deep secret that has left them perpetually seething.
Despite all of this window dressing, the book is basically a mystery. As it's written as literary fiction there aren't any of the usual red herrings. So for anyone who reads mysteries, there's nothing mysterious here. It's all window dressing. The situations are blown out of proportion for the sake of drama. It's all very tedious.