When it is my turn to select a book for my book group, I want to know more about the book than is offered on the book jacket. Discussions like those offered by BookBrowse are very helpful when looking for the right book. In considering Turn of Mind for my book group, here are a few of the reasons I think my friends would enjoy reading and discussing this book: 1) the main story line and several of the minor story lines are well developed; 2) the story is suspenseful; 3) the characters have many admirable qualities but are each flawed enough you are intrigued by them even if you don't find yourself closely drawn to any one of them; 4) most of the characters are well developed so you understand their motivations; 5) the book is presented in such a way that you find yourself reading "just one more page"; and 6) the book gives you plenty of things to discuss.
By the way, a member of my group (not me) selected Turn of Mind for our August meeting. I think we will have spirited discussion.