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The guilt of our childhood can haunt us for decades...
Twenty years ago, a childhood tragedy drove six friends apart. But when one of them is found dead in the historic, wooded ruins of the New England settlement known as Dogtown, old acquaintances find themselves drawn together.
Now they must work together to solve the meaning behind a message written in blood, a series of attacks, and the mysterious quills that seem to tie them all together. But time is quickly running out.
Indian Summer is a chilling tale of six childhood friends and the things that haunt them—both natural and otherworldly.
Money well spent!
Let me preface this review with that fact that I don't normally read a lot. I also don't normally like fiction books. This book had me hooked from the first page of chapter 1. I couldn't put it down. It was the perfect pace and the perfect length. The author does a great job of progressing the story at a pace that keeps you staying up for just 1 more chapter before bed. At this price, this book must be added to your library. My only complaint is that I got a bit scared when a big wind storm came a long while reading. I guess that may be my issue, though.
Fun, fast, and true...
Indian Summer falls into the category of thriller, that much is perfectly clear. It does so with interesting, detailed, and genuine characters. The most impressive aspect of this fast paced novel is when the author is detailing family and children. It's clear he is a parent, as the interactions are so true to life, they are happening in homes everywhere. It's this personal feeling that led me through the book and cemented my trust in the writing. Good thing it did, what a ride it was.
I thoroughly enjoyed this story. The author works his magic early in the story grabbing hold of you and not letting go. I couldn't stop reading and when I did I couldn't wait to get back to it.
I also loved the setting of the story. I have visited Cape Ann and the story brought back fond memories.
I highly recommend this book.