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BANGOR – This is a city built on secrets.

We’re not talking about the typical everyday mundane secrets, the little things that you’ll find in any city. No, we’re talking about the deep-down secrets. The weird secrets. Secrets like ancient crowns with mysterious social powers or a cohort of prominent figures who are probably robots.

Those secrets.

We here at The Maine Edge have never been ones for what you’d call “real journalism” – that’s never really been our beat. As a rule, we like to stay in our lane as far as that goes. But longtime readers know that every once in a while, we’re swept up into the whirlwind of a story that won’t let us go until we reach its (almost-certainly strange) ending.

This is one such story.

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Bohjalian’s twist-laden mystery an energetic and exciting read

Published in Buzz

Mystery remake features all-star ensemble

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Wednesday, 11 January 2017 14:26

Before I wake

“The Sleepwalker” a compelling mystery

Published in Buzz
Friday, 07 October 2016 09:39

Disorient express - 'The Girl on the Train'

Literary phenomenon transitions to the big screen

The Paula Hawkins thriller 'The Girl on the Train' was a wildly popular bestseller, a layered narrative rife with intrigue, sex and danger along with a wave of unreliable narrators and a big twist or two; in short, a perfect candidate to be adapted to the big screen.

Published in Movies
Wednesday, 07 September 2016 09:30

When truth becomes fiction - 'Dear Mr. M'

Complex novel explores ramifications of fictionalization

We've all read our share of tales that are inspired by true stories. It's not surprising one of the oldest chestnuts in the literary realm is that writers should write what they know. So of course, they're going to mine their own experiences for nuggets and gems to place on the page.

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