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All The Blue-Eyed Angels (2013)

by Jen Blood(Favorite Author)
4.11 of 5 Votes: 1
Adian Press
Erin Solomon Mystery
review 1: Lots of mystery and, by the end, you will have most of the answers. There are still a few to be unveiled, but that is for book 2. This book really wraps you up in the story and keeps you coming back for more. An interesting take on following a charismatic leader without question, some insight into cults, and well, how you can get yourself into trouble when you go blindly battering around trying to find answers to questions better left unanswered.
review 2: This is a fast-paced well-written thriller that introduced me to Jen Blood. I chose it because I am partial to stories about enterprising women reporters and I found this one, Erin Solomon, to be a tough and sometimes reckless character. Solomon spent much of her childhood with a cult occupying an island o
... moreff the Maine coast. She wasn't there when someone burned down the cult's church with its members padlocked inside, but the episode and its aftermath still haunt her. When she inherits the abandoned island, she decides to go back, uncover its dark secrets and write a book about what really happened. However, someone doesn't want those secrets revealed, creating some scary and sometimes deadly moments. There are plenty of twists and turns, then the book ends abruptly, leaving so much unresolved. I'll definitely be reading the next installment in this story ("Sins of the Father.") less
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I cannot believe it ended this way.
Good page-turner.
just awesome
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