It gives me great pleasure to share a 5-star book review of The Light Never Lies that recently appeared over on Between the Lines – a book review blog. Many thanks to Cathy for this review and for featuring both the books in the Crater Lake Series on her blog. A satisfied reader brings joy to an author’s heart. So this is me being joyful! Many thanks.
- Author: Francis Guenette
- Published: February 2014 by Huckleberry Haven Publishing
- Category: Contemporary Fiction
Life is never dull for those who live on the secluded shores of Crater Lake. Set against the backdrop of Northern Vancouver Island, The Light Never Lies is a story of heartbreaking need and desperate measures. People grapple with the loss of cherished ideals to discover that love comes through the unique family ties they create as they go.
The Light Never Lies begins a few months after the end of Disappearing in Plain Sight, with flashback chapters to fill in the intervening time. The multi layered story and characters are complex yet realistic, identifiable and as totally engaging as the first time around. And revisiting Vancouver Island and the beautiful Crater Lake setting was a treat in itself, still just as appealingly evocative and visual.
Lisa-Marie returns to the Crater Lake complex with Justin Roberts, scared…
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