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An Island Of Illusions (2012)

by Jennifer L. Jennings(Favorite Author)
3.37 of 5 Votes: 1
Query Publishing, LLC
Sarah Woods Mystery Series
review 1: This is a surprise step into a couple areas not always received well, but so tactfully presented that the taboos skimmed under the radar almost unnoticed. The first - adultery - which usually repulses some and titillates others, was handled so well it had me rooting for the offending partner. The second taboo is a big source of the mystery, so I can't even name it without creating a spoiler. It is a good mystery with a twist at the end that I sure didn't expect. Couldn't walk away from it; when I wasn't 'reading', I had the Bluetooth plugged into my ear so I could keep going. Gotta love that Kindle text-to-speech when I latch onto one I can't put down.
review 2: Jennifer L. Jennings has presented a trilogy of short, snappy mysteries that is right in the trend o
... moref books for busy people and/or reluctant readers. We still want the content, dialogue, characters, and plot, but not the length. We get all of that in the Sarah Woods series. Sarah is a fabulous character, real, feisty, and flawed. Many of the back-up characters are just as interesting. The dialogue is well written and the plots are terrific little nuggets for short fiction. You won't be sorry you picked up all three. less
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Good plot and a fast moving read but it has too many typos which I find very distracting.
Nice light read. Wrapped up a little too quickly at the end.
Sarah solves a mystery or 2 while her marriage falls apart
3.5 stars - Another solid entry in this series
easy book to listen to at work
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