Monday, March 12, 2018

ETCHED IN TEARS BY CHERYL HOLLON BOOK REVIEW

I am so happy that I finished this terrific cozy mystery by Cheryl Hollon. I received this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.
First, let me share an excerpt from the back of the book cover:
Celebrated glass artist Dennis Lansing is returning to St. Petersburg,FL, for an exhibit at the world-renowned Dali museum. His unique style of embedding document images i his work is at the vanguard of contemporary glasswork. 
Savannah Webb (daughter of the owner of Webb's Glass Shop/Studio)-Dennis was her first boyfriend in high school .

I am not giving any spoilers here-best that I can.
WHAT I LIKED:  Ok I liked so much about this story, for instance -I enjoyed the growth of Jacob's character-who has a disability, I loved reading about how they actually do glasswork-that to me was totally new to me!!
Now you know you gotta throw in characters that just charm you-we got that too.Most of all,I enjoyed the cryptography-which is rarely seen anymore-how this was all put together was WELL DONE. I definitely want to read her other book-Pane and Suffering-what a title huh?
WHAT I DIDNT LIKE:  It seemed to draw on towards the end a little longer than necessary, and the actual solving of the mystery was kind of easy. But I think if you like a different cozy mystery -which this is-this is right up your alley!!
CHERYL HOLLON-PLEASE VISIT CHERYL'S SITE AND CHECK OUT HER BOOKS!!

MY RATING-4 CANS OF PEPSI!!

2 comments:

  1. I love cozy mysteries. The glass work aspect sounds like fun. Glad you enjoyed it!

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    1. Thanks so much for reading! It was definitely interesting,so glad you stopped by!!

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