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on Aug. 08, 2016 :
I LOVED reading Dorothy Bodoin’s Darkness at Foxglove Corners. The writing is smooth and inviting, and the story unfolds in a most agreeable way—gently but with plenty of twists and turns to captivate my interest. When a tornado destroys Jennet Greenway’s home, she and her collie move to the countryside. Here Jennet falls for the local lawman and befriends her nearest neighbor, a strange but pleasant woman. The tornado has unearthed an old journal written by a woman planning to kill her abusive husband. A newspaper prints a series of articles about the journal. Jennet figures out the journal’s author, and so does the rest of the world. Soon threats are putting her neighbor in danger, and nothing is quite as it seems. A thoroughly enjoyable read.
I’m so glad there are over twenty more books in this series. I look forward to reading book number two.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)