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I eagerly paged through 291 pages of brilliant writing and storytelling to uncover the many layers to this fine story.
Captivity, by Debbie Lee Wesselmann is one of the best novels I’ve read in far too long.
You want a well told and wellresearched story with unique and fully drawn characters on a road filled with wonder, intrigue and surprising twists? Voila! This is a book for you.


Captivity is the story of Dana Armstrong, a middleaged, divorced primatologist famous in academic circles for her portrayal in early psychological studies comparing human and chimpanzee behavior.
She heads the South Carolina Primate Project (SCPP), a sanctuary for chimps born into Captivity and used for medical This book was such a disappointment after an intriguing summary on the inside flap and the adorable chimp picture on the front cover.
The story of a woman conflicted between the experiences of her childhood relationship with a chimp and her scientific curiosity about their behavior under the guise of sheltering them.
The main character also developed into a complex strong woman, not a stereotype of the intellectual /scientist except for the part about relationships.
However instead of "National Geographic" we got more "Lifetime " as so many elements were added that distracted from the main story.
Did we really need an emotionally unbalance brother, a rogue journalist that is attracted to her, a sexually inappropriate family I enjoyed this novel.
In an age where many novels are the size of housebricks, it is a joy to pick up a novel at just under 300 pages that manages to convey a number of messages so well.


In Dr Dana Armstrong’s world, as the director of a sanctuary for chimpanzees in South Carolina, she is doing the best she can for those chimpanzees damaged or exploited by their interaction with humans.
Unfortunately, the sanctuary is vandalised, chimpanzees are set free and the resulting publicity threatens to destroy everything that Dana has worked towards.
In addition, echoes from Dana’s own childhood are threatening to place her career in jeopardy.

In this moving novel, Ms Wesselmann gives life to an engaging cast of characters, include chimpanzees and their carers as well as activists, academics and villains.
In confronting her



"There are no boring stories.
There are only boring writers.
"

These were the words of my first newspaper editor, words conveyed to me after I had turned in an excrutiatingly dull story about a mechanical engineering conference.
A good writer can take any subject, no matter how mundane, and make it an exceptional read.
Take primatology, for example; while certainly a topic of interest to some, it's not a theme one would expect for a novel.
My interest in primate studies/behavior was nominal, which is why I picked up Debbie Lee Wesselmann's latest novel with some trepidation.
My fears were for naught; Wesselmann delivers a fastpaced, informative tale of intrigue and political posturing in her novel Captivity.


Make no mistake: This is a novel f Great book by a great writer! I couldn't put the book down.
I finished it in a day and a half.
The stories of the chimps are very good.
You have such empathy for them and the lives they were forced to lead because of us humans.
But the human stories are also well rounded.
The message is "Life hands you lemons, make lemonade.
" Take the time to read this book and open yourself up to the world of animal research and how to help the chimps.
To Enhance the Human Condition, February 1, 2008
"For the most part, nonhuman primates are research subjects because they are so similar to humans, and the principal reason for this similarity is simple: humans *are* primates.
Current ideas are that the first primates appeared more than 60 million years ago.
In contrast, the common ancestor of humans and African apes lived only about 58 million years ago; so, for more than 50 million years, humans and the African apes have shared primate ancestry.
Shared ancestry is a major reason why human and nonhuman primates have many characteristics in commontool use, longlasting social relationships, and complex communication systems.
By learning about nonhuman primates we may come to learn more about ourselves.
" American Society of Primatologists

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This book is fiction, but to me very interesting.
Here's Library Journal's synopsis.


Primatologist Dana Armstrong is passionate about making a difference in the lives of the animals living at a South Carolina chimpanzee sanctuary.
But a breakin resulting in the escape of numerous chimpanzees forces Dana to not only determine who was responsible for the vandalism but also deal with her traumatic memories of the past for Dana is a survivor of a psychological experiment, raised as a child with a chimp named Annie.
She now faces opposition from the local community, political pressure from her university, and a ghost from her past who is bent upon her destruction.
To further complicate matters, Dana's seldomseen rogue brother appears on her doorstep, and a handsome journalist tu Review from Library Journal (starred)
"Primatologist Dana Armstrong is passionate about making a difference in the lives of the animals living at a South Carolina chimpanzee sanctuary.
But a breakin resulting in the escape of numerous chimpanzees forces Dana to not only determine who was responsible for the vandalism but also deal with her traumatic memories of the past—for Dana is a survivor of a psychological experiment, raised as a child with a chimp named Annie.
She now faces opposition from the local community, political pressure from her university, and a ghost from her past who is bent upon her destruction.
To further complicate matters, Dana's seldomseen rogue brother appears on her doorstep, and a handsome journalist tugs at her heartstrings.
Novelist Wesselmann (Trutor and the Balloonist; The Earth a

Debbie Lee Wesselmann

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"Debbie Lee Wesselmann is the author of two novels, Trutor & the Balloonist and Captivity, as well as a collection of short fiction, The Earth and the Sky. Her short stories have appeared in journals such as Other Voices, The Literary Review, Orchid: A Literary Review, Florida Review, and many others.

Ms. Wesselmann received her A.B. from Dartmouth College and her M.F.A. from Fairleigh Dickinson University. She has taught writing at both Lehigh University and Fairleigh Dickinson University."