Bookinista review: Twists, turns and secrets in ‘Tiny Little Thing’

Bookinista review: Twists, turns and secrets in ‘Tiny Little Thing’
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By Melanie Wong

If a wardrobe includes bike shorts, gimme caps and fly-fishing waders, its owner probably will be properly attired for a Vail Valley summer. But a 1960s season in Cape Cod required pillbox hats and linen skirt suits, plus a few pair of clamdiggers, particularly for Christina “Tiny” Hardcastle, protagonist of “Tiny Little Thing,” by Beatriz Williams.Tiny and Frank Hardcastle are “beautiful people” torn apart by power and politics, infidelity and forgiveness. Frank is an up-and-coming scion from a dynasty looking to score its first senator. A roving eye complicates his future. Tiny is from the prominent Schuyler family, a battalion …

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