by Christy Barritt
-From the back cover-
Savannah Harris vowed to leave behind her old life as an intrepid investigative reporter. But when a friend raises suspicions about two migrant workers who've gone missing from the sleepy coastal town Savannah calls home, her curiosity spikes.
As ever more eerie incidents begin afflicting the area, each one works to draw Savannah out of her seclusion and raise the stakes – for both Savannah and the surrounding community. Even as Savannah's new boarder, Clive Miller, makes her feel things she thought long forgotten, she suspects he's hiding something too, and he's not the only one. Doubts collide in Savannah's mind: Who can she really trust?
As secrets emerge and danger closes in, Savannah must choose between faith and uncertainty. One wrong decision might spell the end . . . not just for Savannah but also for everyone around her.
Will she unravel the mystery in time, or will doubt get the best of her?
Drama. Romance. Suspense!
It all started with a single Love Inspired Suspense book by a new-to-me author. You know them, those sneaky little books that suck you in and get you hooked. And hooked I was, on Christy Barritt's suspense stories.
Dubiosity's cover intrigued me from the start, there was something not only mysterious, but also haunting about it. The story proved to be a perfect match to its lovely cover. Fascinating, absorbing. Even when forced, and I mean forced, to put it down to tend to other things I found myself thinking about Savannah and Clive and puzzling over the mystery.
This Book received a 4 Bark rating.
There was a psychological element in Dubiosity that I really enjoyed. It kept me riveted to the page and second-guessing the motives of almost everyone.
I have read only a few of Christy Barritt's books but I am looking forward to many more. The taut suspense and dash of romance are just perfect. Dubiosity is a perfect example, don't miss it!
Tell Tale Book Reviews gives Dubiosity by Christy Barritt a 4 Bark rating.
Paperback: 338 pages
Publisher: Waterfall Press (January 13, 2015)
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