Secrets On Cedar Key Paperback – 26 Nov 2013
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About the Author
Terri DuLong is a native of the Boston area and now resides on the west coast of Florida where she is a practicing Registered Nurse. Terri spent her elementary school years outside of Cincinnati. Her family returned to the Boston area in 1960 and she is a graduate of Salem High School and North Shore Community College.Ms. Dulong has been a contributing writer for the Internet publication, Bonjour Paris, for the past three years. Two fiction short stories have been published in anthologies and her first novel, "Lost Souls of the Witches' Castle," was published by Gardenia Press in July 2002.Terri writes mainstream fiction with an emphasis on human values and emotions, and draws much of her inspiration from the people she encounters in her nursing career.
Top Customer Reviews
There was lots of good stuff - an older couple falling in love, an interesting mystery about a bank account and an engaging heroine. All the elements of an excellent small town novel are here but there are two things that caused me problems and I think let the book down. The first is that all the characters are very, very nice to one another and although Marin is very cross with her husband because he is dead she can't articulate it. There is no edge to any of the characters and no antagonism between them - the nearest we get is Marin's mother not wanting her to buy a specific house because it held bad memories for her.
The other problem is the lack of tension. The book seems written at the same level all the way through. There was little in the way of excitement or climaxes and thus it was very even and, sadly, almost dull in places.
All the elements were there for a small town novel but I don't think that they came together well. I received a free copy fo this book via NetGalley.