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Book review: Blend of memoir, mystery is engrossing read

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“The Great Northern Express” is a delightful and well-written mix of travelogue, memoir and mystery. In his 12th book, Howard Frank Mosher, a Vermont novelist and former Altamont resident, opens with a sketch of his life as a boy in Chichester, a Catskill hamlet, describing the joys of growing up. He plans to celebrate his 21st birthday with his Uncle Reg on an American literary road trip, visiting the haunts of Robert Frost, Thomas Wolfe, ...


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