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Posted June 26, 2012
The best series’ keep improving – adding layers of character and historical tension as they progress. The Sally Reardon Supernatural Mysteries are no exception.
Messrs Lockley and Savile know how to build a clever tale, and the synchronicity and happenstance of the events that occur at the rainy pier, witnessed by Sally (recovering from the traumas of the previous stories), are no accident.
Gifted in seeing restless spirits, Sally is drawn into a mystery that involves her Sister, their childhood and a tragic end to two lives. Using her sister’s memories and her own eye for a clue, Sally uncovers a long-buried secret that has affected two families, and brings closure to old sorrow and guilt.
As thoughtful and atmospheric as the previous tales, Out of Season sees Sally continue to ask the important questions: about herself, her losses and her visions. Closer to the edge than before, fraught from the relentless toll on her sanity, how long can she cope with these events following her around?
Posted October 30, 2012
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