Sunday, 2 September 2012

Mark of the Loon by Molly Greene

Madison Boone is a real estate agent who since she lost her parents finds it difficult to stay in any house for long and lay down roots. So she buys properties and then does them up and sells them for a profit. Madison finds an overgrown 1940’s cottage and with the help of a friend she buys the cottage.

When Madison moves in she is amazed to find a lot of the previous owners belongings are still in the cottage and Madison makes some interesting discoveries when she is sorted the cottage out, including keys, a locked book that strangely none of the keys fit, as well as letters and journals.

Madison finds out the house belonged to an elderly couple Edward and Mallory Blackburne and she feels that there is a much deeper story to the couple. Madison sets out to solve the riddle and put the pieces of the puzzle together to find out more about the Blackburnes, she meets some interesting characters along the way, including an attorney called Levi Velasco who really wants his clients to purchase the house and is really put out when Madison buys the cottage.

Why is Velasco so desperate to get his hands on the property? Will Madison be able to find out led by curiosity the truth about the Blackburnes and their cottage?

This is a really well written and excellently thought out plotline, that is filled with secrets, suspense and suspicion and mystery the story is also about relationships, friendship and romance. You can not predict what will happen next in the story. The story has a cast of wonderful characters that really bring the story to life.  Keeping the reader guessing and in suspense until the very end. I could not put this book down, wanting to find out what Madison would find out next.

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  1. Nikki, thank you so much! I deeply appreciate your time, generosity and support. Your review is lovely and I am at a loss for words to tell you how much it means to me that you liked the book! Thanks, from the bottom of my heart.

  2. Thanks to you too Molly. I will look forward to reading more of your books in the future :)