Monday, July 8, 2019
On My Kindle - Remembering Dresden by Dan Walsh
Jack Turner rents a cabin to work on his thesis. He's ready to settle down to a normal life after his hair-raising adventures. His research and a haunting discovery make his time at the cabin anything but restful. Fortunately, Jack is more prepared to handle the mystery sitting in front of him.
Rachel, his girlfriend, isn't crazy about the idea of another mystery. The last one almost got them killed. However, she agrees to help him translate a journal. What they find links the past and present in the most horrifying ways.
Dan Walsh's first book in this series, "When Night Comes," should be read to get the full effect of this one. Although many references are made to the previous story, I'm glad I read the series in order.
Once again, the book grabbed my attention and didn't let go until the end. The author knows how to write a compelling tale of tragedy, revenge, and political intrigue. I'm looking forward to the next book in the series.
5 Stars! I can't wait to attend the author's Learning Lab at the Greater Philadelphia Writers Conference.
Disclaimer: Neither the author nor the publisher paid me anything to give a favorable review. As always, all opinions are mine and mine alone.
Writers: Have you ever attended a workshop given by one of your favorite authors? Did it meet your expectations? What did you learn?
Readers: Do you enjoy mystery/suspense novels or do you find them too scary/exhausting? Please share.