The Stanger Inside
By Jennifer Jaynes
Reviewed by Heath Henwood
Difficult to put down.
This is Jaynes fourth triller in the Stranger Series.
Diane Christie is a widow and a mystery writer, recently moved to Fog Harbour, with her adopted sixteen year son, Josh. Her daughter Alexa attends University of New Cambridge, the scene of a recent murder of a female student, which unnerves Diane.
As Jaynes slowly introduces more characters, the question who can be trusted is raised, and who is the villain?
The plot is well developed with many twists and turns, to ensure the reader stays interested until the end.
The characters are well developed and believable, which demonstrates Jaynes talent and style as a writer.
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