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on 19 June 2006
A family weekend trip doesn't exactly turn out the way Beth Anderson hopes it will. Instead she comes across something that gives her pause. It looks like a skull and she immediately thinks of a retired couple that was last seen on Calliope Key. The very island she and her brother and niece are camping. On top of that she is unsettled by fellow campers especially the handsome and mysterious Keith Henson and when she goes back for the skull and finds it missing but with Keith nearby she finds herself wondering if he had anything to do with their disappearance. It's even more disconcerting that she is finding herself drawn to him despite the danger she feels around him. Is this all a product of an over active imagination or is Calliope Key hold the answers to the mystery of the missing couple? Will Beth be able to stay one step ahead of danger and will she be able to trust Keith with both her heart and life?
This was a page turner from the get-go! Ms. Graham has managed to draw out the suspense right up to the final chapter. This is a read that is highly populated with secondary characters and each and every one of them brings something to the story. If you are looking for edge of your seat reading...look no further than this. You won't be disappointed.
on 18 June 2007
I bought this book and one other having read Ghostwalk, which was very good.
However, this book was a bit disappointing. I found it hard to relate to the characters and too many new people were thrown in all at once. The romance also seemed a bit rushed which was a shame.
Hoping the other book I have, The Vision is better.
Average with no real suspense.