Friday, October 13, 2023

Shadows at Dusk Review



 About the Book

Montana Detective Trevor West is desperate to learn what happened to his sister, who went missing in Alaska over a year ago, leaving nothing but a few photographs as clues to her whereabouts. At the advice of Police Chief Autumn Long, Trevor enlists the help of an experienced bush pilot. If Carrie James can't help him find the places in the photographs, no one can.

But Carrie has her own agenda. Grieving the death of her closest friend and the only person she could trust, Carrie will help Trevor find his sister on one condition--that he help her track down her friend's killer.

As the two close in on the answers they crave, they'll face dangers and connections they could not have imagined. They'll have to learn to trust one another--and face the dark secrets of the past--if they are ever to discover the truth and bring a killer to justice. (Goodreads)


My Thoughts

I love reading books set in Alaska and this story takes you on the path less traveled. The book starts with a bang and you can't help but turn the pages late into the night. The characters are real and interesting. The setting is terrific and the plot keeps you hooked until the last page. I really enjoyed imagining the flying over the wilderness with Trevor and Carrie. There is a romance plot thread but it wasn't the main point of the book and honestly I think it would have been good without it. The suspense was really well written and I enjoyed it immensely. I think this is the author's best book yet! 


Five Stars. 


"I received this book from Revell for free. All opinions are my own and I was not required to write a positive review."

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