Echoes of the Storm

Echoes of the Storm

by Amanda Albright Still

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BN ID: 2940013720015
Publisher: Gone Feral Publishing
Publication date: 01/04/2012
Series: Echoes of the Storm, Galveston Hurricane Mysteries , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 788 KB

About the Author

Amanda Albright Still Amanda is a compulsive reader who enjoys just about every genre. She started writing to keep her imagination happy when she was between books to read.

When not writing, her husband, college-age daughters, and she are restoring a Victorian house on Galveston. While some people are known by name to waiters at elegant restaurants, they are known to the guys at the salvage yards.

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Echoes of the Storm 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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Reviewed by Alice Recker for Readers' Favorite In "Echoes of the Storm" by Amanda Albright Still, Dash Gallagher is thankful her husband encouraged her to get a law degree before the 1900 Hurricane swept through Galveston. Her husband disappeared in the devastation. She attempts to establish herself as a lawyer to make ends meet. A client of hers is found dead and determining Larissa Dorfman’s death a murder, Dash is set on a careening course to find her killer. During her investigations she is made aware her deceased client led a life filled with scandal and this doesn’t help her reputation when she takes the case. She enlists the help of her landlord and Private Detective, L. Barker. The Detective decides to put aside preconceived notions of women and assists her though he has a related purpose of his own in the case. Dash’s persistence in culminating the adoption of two orphaned children clashes with a facet of corruption and roadblocks in solving the crime. Amanda Albright's novel held my full attention from beginning to end in "Echoes of the Storm". Her skill to capture the reader shows she is a master of her craft. I felt I was right in sync with her main character, witnessing courage, determination and harrowing escapades throughout the suspenseful novel. The author brings one into the times and customs of the early 1900s and shows it is quite possible to survive all odds, with humor thrown in along the way. The story required careful research not only in presenting characters of that era but also of the aftermaths of the devastating Galveston storm of that century. Ms. Still jolts the reader forward at just the right times with her compelling prose. When all is said and done I can only look forward to reading more of Ms. Still’s novels in the 'Galveston Hurricane Mystery series'.