Libraries are fascinating places. Who knows what lurks on the dusty shelves in the back corner or even in the archives room.
All Janette wants is to put her life back together after her sexy cowboy husband kicks her out of his home. Still, things just don’t make sense in the small town where she lives. The man in the plaid shirt is obsessed with the archives. The local newspaper reporter dies. A plane lands and takes off again on what passes for a highway outside of town. The oddities persist until Janette can no longer assume that her own muddled life is messing up her thinking.
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A very enjoyable read with universal appeal.
The central character Janette was very well drawn and I totally believed her to be a real person. The writing, dialogue and events all flowed naturally, and from the first chapter, I was hooked. I especially liked how the mystery element of the story quietly slipped in unannounced. As in real life it was only when seemingly unconnected events were tied together did suspicion start to grow. Once questions were asked more and more was revealed as the character of Janette developed.
Wilma Lettings writes:
There is quite a powerful start to the story when Janette finds her husband kicking her out of their home unexpectedly. Like her, I read in disbelief as he dodges her questions until he reveals the truth. It is quite a gripping opening to the mystery.
Joan Leland writes:
I wish I knew Janette! Everything anyone could want in a great read. I'm a new fan of Delinda McCann.