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“The Girl on the Train”: not quite on the right track

This review contains plot details of “The Girl on the Train” THE first thing that will strike British audiences watching “The Girl on the Train” is how huge the houses are. Rachel, the alcoholic protagonist of Paula Hawkins’s bestselling novel of the same name, has been uprooted from London to upstate New York.
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