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In the Middle of All This by Fred G. Leebron
In the Middle of All This tells the story of Martin Kreutzel is approaching 40, his house is falling apart, his parents are aging rapidly, a student of his has committed suicide, and his beloved sister is dying from cancer in far-off London. Trying to find his way "in the middle of all this," Martin turns to drinking and obsessing about his sister. When she and her husband disappear, he flies to London to wait for her return. Most reviews for Fred G. Leebron's third novel are mixed with praise for parts of the novel and criticism of others. The San Francisco Chronicle calls In the Middle of All This, "a poignant work about the fragility of life and the certainty of death -- a terrible cliche perhaps, but not when in the hands of a writer like Leebron."