When several grisly murders stun a quiet Midwest town, a dedicated young attorney is certain she knows the killer’s identity. Is her intuition correct? And, can the “Rockport Ravager” be stopped? Follow Rebecca Fraser’s sleuth work in a page-turning murder mystery that’s got it all: love, lies, cover-ups, and a ton of unexpected twists.
Some of the interesting characters you’ll meet include an ambitious district attorney, a psychotic young heir, a smug defense attorney and his attractive British wife, a promiscuous secretary, and a police psychologist with dark secrets. Whodunit? You’ll probably guess wrong – but you are sure to have a delightful time solving the mystery!
I was so glad that this book was so short because I couldn’t put it down. I read it in less than 24 hours. Right from the start this book grabbed my attention and held it until the very end. The characters were so easy for me to relate to that is was easy for me to like them and understand them. The only part I didn’t like was the ending but that is only because it is a typical ending.
FTC-I Received this book for free from Dorrance Publishing in exchange for my review. I received no other compensation and the opinions expressed in this review are 100% my own opinions.
To the untrained eyes, Colena is a picture of a girl next door enjoying the best years of her life. Navigating the waters of Lake Chelan with her love interest, Bill, and close friends, Larry and Susan, she appears to be at the zenith of her life.
Yet the lake triggers memories of a life deeply locked in the inner recesses of Colena’s mind. The memories, as they unravel, challenge her cherished relationship with Bill.
In Inner Window, by R. C. Souther, we see a young girl thrust in the intrigues and life-and-death games of global espionage, all in the service of her nation during World War II. Barely coming out of it alive, she must race to retrieve her memories in order to gain back control of her own destiny.
Will she be successful in the attempt and gain her freedom, or will she wilt and surrender under the stress and fear of what she might discover about herself?
This book was hard for me to get into. For some reason the writing just didn’t grab my attention. It also took me awhile to get through it because I really couldn’t focus on it. Now my grandma on the other hand really enjoyed the book so it just wasn’t the right fit for me. I may try and read it again a little bit later and see if I can get into it. I would recomend that people at least give this book a shot. Over all it is a good story and it is interesting as she gets her memories back a little bit at a time.
I received a complimentary copy of The Inner Window, An OSS Adventure, as a member of the Dorrance Publishing Book Review Team. Visit dorrancebookstore.com to learn how you can become a member of the Book Review Team.