Review: Any Place I Hang My Hat
Any Place I Hang My Hat by Susan Isaacs
I read a few Isaacs books in college, and enjoyed her writing. I thought it was time to pick up another of her novels, but unfortunately, I was disappointed.
Amy is a political reporter who never knew her mother and whose father was in and out of prison during her childhood. When a candidate's "son" appears on the scene, Amy takes it upon herself to find out about her family.
I found the book plodding and slow, and didn't really care one way or another about any of the characters. The ending was a bit too pat for me, and I didn't really feel that the book progressed from beginning to end. Just not my cup of tea, I suppose...no recommended.
Scribbled by Marissa