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Compelling and fascinating,
This review is from: Entry Island (Kindle Edition)
Peter May's Entry Island is a fascinating and complex tale of murder and flawed characters. The pace is slow and languid at times, reflecting the life on Entry Island, which tricks you into a false sense of security as far as the Island is concerned. For there is a dark side to the Islanders that everyone prefers to ignore.
As Sime's obsession grows, so does the tension, as he flies in the face of authority, becoming ever more desperate to clear Kirsty's name.
This novel is beautifully written with two intertwined stories, which are equally compelling and fascinating, not always something authors can pull off. Peter May transports you to Entry Island where you become totally immersed in his world, hoping against hope that Sime can solve the mystery.
I received a copy of this novel from NetGalley in return for an honest review.