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'If you don’t immediately recognize Liane Moriarty’s name, you may remember her novel-turned-HBO-series “Big Little Lies,” about the intersecting lives of three women whose children attend the same kindergarten. Juggling that many main characters is the literary equivalent of spinning plates, and Moriarty succeeded in keeping them all airborne.' (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon The New York Times 25 November 2018 15284159 2018 newspaper issue 2018 pg. 25 Section: Sunday Book Review
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