Whistle For The Crows

by Dorothy Eden | Mystery & Thrillers |
ISBN: B001979XZG Global Overview for this book
Registered by 67cougargirl of Belvidere, Illinois USA on 1/18/2011
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Journal Entry 1 by 67cougargirl from Belvidere, Illinois USA on Tuesday, January 18, 2011
I’m here for a short layover before the next leg of my journey, to Ohio.

Journal Entry 2 by 67cougargirl at Reno, Ohio USA on Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Released 11 yrs ago (1/18/2011 UTC) at Reno, Ohio USA

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Belatedly, thanks for the book! I never knew I hadn't journaled it. :/

Whistle for the Crows was a very easy read that quickly took my attention and held it until I could not put the book down. Gothics are generally predictable, and although I don't think this one proved much differently, the characters and plot were interesting, plus I liked that it was a contemporary set in the sixties instead of further back.

Cathleen Lamb is the English protagonist who takes a job as a secretary and researcher to an elderly woman at an Irish castle. Six months previously she had lost her husband and infant daughter to a car accident, so she's looking for a change that will help ease the pain. Living in the castle with the woman's grown niece and nephews, all of whom are a strange and mysterious bunch who seem to be hiding the truth of the eldest son's death. Cathleen hears a strange cry one night and investigates, the beginning of the mystery she is soon drawn into. Without giving anything away, of course she finds herself in the midst of a love triangle with the two brothers, which was done in a way that was believable to the situation and didn't overwhelm the plot. The story was well-constructed and paced, so nothing felt unnecessary or out of place. I had great fun with the book, excepting the gypsy bashing that went on, and would recommend it to those who like Gothics and mysteries.
3.5 to 4 stars (out of five)

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