Well-written book as Coble's work typically is. Complex and interesting plot. Some elements are hard to believe, but the review from Publisher's Weekly is too harsh. Good read!
The House at Saltwater Point combines suspense and romance for an absolute winner -- and not just because it takes place a couple hours from me, on the Olympic Peninsula.:) Coble did a great job at drawing me in immediately, as well as keeping me guessing throughout the book! I truly didn't see the twists and turns coming.
This is the second book in the series, and it could be read stand-alone but would give away a few points from Book 1. So bear that in mind when you pick one to read.
Coble does a great job at setting up a sense of place. I felt like I was right there with the characters; I could smell the salt air (or was that from my open window?) and see the ferries in my mind's eye.
I often waffle when it comes to re-reading mysteries (will they hold up when I know what happens?), but Saltwater Point could easily be re-read without losing anything. I do hope Coble writes more in the series.
I received a free copy of the book from the publisher. All opinions are my own.
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