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Book - True Believer by Nicholas Sparks

I finally got around to reading this book I had bought in the summer of 2005, to take on vacation (of course, I never opened it!). Overall, it is a fairly typical Nicholas Sparks book, but I don't think it's one of his best novels. It was good, but some others of his have been better.

The book opens with Jeremy Marsh, a scientific journalist who exposes frauds, scams, coverups, etc from a scientific perspective. After exposing a telepathic fraud (think Jon Edwards), he takes an assignment to go down to rural North Carolina and investigate reports of mysterious lights and ghosts in an old cemetery. The town is tiny and the polar opposite of his high-living life back in New York City. He meets the town's librarian, Lexie, in the process of doing his research and is immediately captivated by her.

I own this book, so if anyone would like to borrow this from our library, please let me know!

Added: January 31st 2006
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