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Into The Shadows  *** NUMBER 1 BOOK ***: A romantic suspense with an edge of mystery by [Jones, Marie]
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Into The Shadows *** NUMBER 1 BOOK ***: A romantic suspense with an edge of mystery Kindle Edition

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1183 KB
  • Print Length: 212 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1326505807
  • Publisher: PublishNation (22 Dec. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B019QNR4PA
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #113,847 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I really enjoyed this book. It captured my imagination from the very beginning, also I loved how the characters woven together through the story.
I also liked the mystery/ love theme running throughout the story. It was a lovely reminder of the holiday that my husband and I had few years ago
in Ireland. I will look forward to the next one very much.
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What a lovely read this is, I was able to picture myself at the beautiful inch beach, I could almost feel the sand underfoot. A romance with a touch of mystery with some great twists and turns. Nicely written and well flowing, this book kept me sighing wistfully and hoping for a good end. Only downside for me was the main character lily, her talking to herself she could get a bit to carried away with her thinking but hey don't we all at times. would recommend for those who enjoy romance with an edge
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I had no expectations as I picked up this first book by unknown author, Marie Jones. However after a couple of pages I was already hooked! Written in the first person, this book has a clever and intricate plot which leaves you constantly wanting to know what happens next and totally unable to put the book down!

The characters are as real as life and mystery and suspense runs through the story along with heart- warming romance, to create a compelling read. Many will relate to Lily, the central character, on her journey of discovery.

I can not wait for Marie Jones' next book!
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Into The Shadows is a romance set in Dingle, Ireland. Lily Crossways recently found a ghostly figure in the background of a beach photo she'd taken whilst on holiday. Lily swore the beach was empty when she took the photo, yet Lily is convinced the woman needs her help.

The draw to return to Dingle is so strong that Lily sets out for Ireland once more. She begins showing around her photo and finds she opens a Pandora's box of suppressed memories.

David's sister has been missing for several years, searches have been fruitless, but when Lily shows him the photo, he can't believe his eyes. At first he thinks it is a hoax, but Lily wins him round and they begin a new search. Their digging also opens old wounds which link Lily's family to Dingle and more than one person needs to face their past before they can move forward.

This is a light easy read in a lovely setting and the paranormal thread was an interesting storyline, I wasn't quite convinced with Lily's character leaping from a shy introvert type to a strong adventurous leader and all round heroine, perhaps she just hadn't found her passion in life and Dingle was meant to be her true life path? Recommended for lovers of Irish themed romances.
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I usually read thrillers but enjoyed this romantic mystery. It kept my interest as the back stories of the characters were slowly revealed and became intertwined. I would recommend this novel and look forward to reading another by this author.
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When I was contacted by the author, Marie Jones and read the above blurb for her book Into The Shadows, I knew that it was something I wanted to read. I like books that have an air of mystery in them and this one didn't disappoint.

Protagonist Lily can be described as a control freak. She goes through her day-to-day life with her head down, trying to avoid confrontation but never really experiencing life due to her shyness. When she returns from a short break in Dingle she's looking through her photographs and as she's flicking through them she's stunned to see a woman staring straight at her in one of them. The reason she's so shocked is that Lily is convinced that she was the only person on Inch beach that particular day.

No matter how hard Lily tries to put the image out of her head, she just can't shake the feeling that there's a reason behind why this woman chose to appear to Lily and that the mysterious woman is silently asking for her help. Lily decides that she needs to throw caution to the wind and heads back to Dingle armed with the picture of her mystery lady in search of answers.

After a few false starts Lily shows the photo to cafe owner David, whose sister disappeared five years ago. Thinking that it's an elaborate hoax, David is angry and demands answers that Lily doesn't have but she manages to convince him that she has no reason to lie to him and so the two of them set out to try and solve the mystery.

I really enjoyed reading this book and thanks to the author's wonderful descriptions of Dingle and Inch beach it's a place I want to visit. Into The Shadows is beautifully written with just the right mix of romance and mystery to enable the story to flow nicely and the little touch of supernatural kept me guessing.
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Into the Shadows is centred around Lily, a young woman who has an ordered life, and knows exactly where she is headed in life. Her life is run on routine and, if she was being completely honest with herself, somewhat dull. But, she is happy, or is she? It is only when she returns home from her holiday in Dingle, Ireland, that her life begins to get exciting. When looking at photos that she took while on Inch beach, she sees the face of a woman staring back at her. The only problem is that the beach was empty, so who is the woman? This is where the story really begins to get interesting, as Lily returns to Dingle to find the woman from the photograph.

This book is a fascinating read and one which I found hugely enjoyable. I won't spoil the plot by telling you how the story unfolds, other than to say that she meets the woman's brother, David, who tells her that his sister has been missing for the past five years. It is then that their journey to find his sister begins.

The story is told through Lily's point of view and I loved her inner dialogue, that gave much needed insight into her character. We need to identify with her, and understand her needs and motives for this book to work, and the author achieves this with great skill. I really identified with Lily. In many ways I am very much like her, that need to be in control. I liked her a lot.

This is a novel of many layers. We have the beautiful and lyrical descriptions of the Dingle area, and I found myself smelling the sea air and running my hands through the sandy beaches. I also wanted to taste one of David's cappuccinos. I have never been to Ireland, but while I read this book, I was there in spirit.
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