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Books: Amity Gaige's “Schroder' review.

April 8, 2013

In this novel, seemingly inspired by the recent case of Clark Rockefeller, an East German teen-ager named Erik Schroder who has emigrated to Massachusetts with his father quietly starts to fashion a new identity. Adopting the persona Eric Kennedy, of the fictional Twelve Hills, on Cape Cod, he attends . . . (Subscription required.)

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