Disappearing in Plain Sight by Francis Guenette

Debbie Young has reposted her review of Disappearing in Plain Sight. Thought I’d share it with my followers. Fall is a great time to get into a new series of books that remind one of those lazy, hazy days of summer. Enjoy!

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Cover of Disappearing in Plain Sight by Francis Guenette This novel is set on the shores of Crater Lake in Western Canada

If it wasn’t for Twitter, I would never have had the slightly surreal introduction to Francis Guenette and her excellent novels. Our paths crossed on Twitter on the night of the last papal elections, when we shared our amusement at the wry comments being made about the incoming pope, whose name turned out to be the same as Ms Guenette’s.

Francis (the author, not the pope), was just self-publishing Disappearing in Plain Sight, her debut novel, which stayed in my memory because of its beautiful cover, intriguing name and setting on Vancouver Island, where I had an aunt and cousins for many years, though I never managed to visit them there. I also enjoyed Francis’s blog, which features many more gorgeous photos of the local scenery and some interesting insights into the process of writing novels.

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