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It is a very haunting book with lots of anecdotal type tales which are moving as well as humorous in a dry, subtle way. You can almost see Wendell's mother in front of you, rocking on her porch, yarning the night away with tales of Alabama life. The characters are extremely well drawn and fleshed out, feeling very realistic and colourful.
The murder mystery element referred to in the product description does not appear until quite a long way into the book and at times it almost feels as if it is an afterthought of the author, but everything does tie up in the end in a very satisfying way. I have to admit that I guessed "whodunnit" about 80% of the way through, but it was not until the final few pages that all the pieces of the puzzle fell into place.
A highly recommended read.
They settle in a small town where Wendell is the Police Chief and Reva is the Judge. Not a lot happens in this sleepy part of the world so when a woman is murdered, everyone becomes a suspect. However, only one person will find out who the murderer was..shh, no more otherwise it would be a spoiler.
Reva has what she calls 'the bear' moments when she knows that something bad is going to happen and it usually does. She has one of these one day and Wendell sets off to work wondering when the 'bear' will strike and where.
I thought it a lovely little book full of love and devotion between a couple who evidently have lived through past lives together.
Recommended reading for a soggy, grey day.
It's more of a historical romance, which isn't really my kind of thing. Fans of this type of fiction will probably rave about it.
The intriigue is daunting, especially the outcome.
Wendal's sense of humour had me chuckling, and I miss it still, even having finished the book weeks ago.
Unputdownable, and one to be re-read at a later date, possibly on holiday. I feel like one of the family.
An exceedingly good read.
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