Romantic Suspense

In the Waning Light by Loreth Anne White

In the Waning Light
True crime writer Meg Brogan decides to return to her childhood home in Shelter Bay, Oregon after an 18-year absence. She’s going to write the story of her sister Sherry’s murder to bring her own closed-off emotions to rest. However, rather than write about a case that was supposedly solved, Meg finds that she’s resurrecting more than her own emotions…possibly a case that was never truly solved.

This story effectively combined mystery, suspense, romance and atmosphere to create an extremely interesting tale. Meg is a complicated, layered woman who unknowingly disrupted many lives just by coming back to town. Her high school love, Blake Sutton, stirs up dormant feelings even she found surprising. Their quest for the truth surrounding her sister’s death was both uncomplicated and puzzling at the same time, which made it different from most fare in this genre.

I also loved the strong sense of place in the story setting. I could feel the weather as it was just as important an element as the characters and events. The descriptions of the town, its sounds and smells, were vivid images as I felt transported to the place. This is as much a lovely story as it is mysterious. I very much appreciate its difference.

Book Info

  • Release Date: November 3, 2015
  • Page Numbers: 432
  • Publisher: Montlake Romance

 

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(I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an unbiased review)

23 thoughts on “In the Waning Light by Loreth Anne White”

  1. This sounds interesting, Jonetta. Though the plot sort of reminds of an NR book, I can’t remember the title as it has been some years since I read it, but I liked it. I’ll give this a whirl as soon as I finish my stack of ARCs 🙂

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  2. This book sounds fascinating and sounds like you enjoyed it, Jonetta. The fact that you are saying you could feel the environment in this truly highlights the capabilities of this author. I may have to add it to my TBR. Thanks for sharing about it.

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  3. I love how you mentioned the strong sense of place in the story setting. Just the other day i read a book that gave exactly 0 indication of this.
    I also like the true crime writer aspect!
    Nice review 🙂

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  4. Nice review Jonetta, this one sounds really good. I just heard of this author today on another blog and checked her out. She has written a lot of books, so I will have to choose which one to start with.

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