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BOOK REVIEW

In 'Missing,' a family navigates a world of hurt

By Jay Atkinson
Globe Correspondent / December 25, 2008

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It makes little sense in a book review to trouble a writer over what he could or should have done in a particular work. For despite how technology has influenced the fluidity and flexibility of "the text," the editing, packaging, and marketing of books hasn't changed much since the 1940s - meaning that today's story passed through the writer's head ... (Full article: 764 words)

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