Streak of Lightning:
A Penguin Special from Plume (July 30, 2013)
(A Someday Quilts Mystery)
E-Book File Size: 946 KB
A stand alone story for mystery fans that will also tide over series fans over until O’Donohue’s next novel, The Double Wedding Ring, this October.
Nell and Jesse are finally taking some time off to celebrate New Year’s in the Big Apple. They really need a romantic weekend away. Nothing is going to ruin their plans. BUT before they even get off the train in New York City they are called back to Archer’s Rest.
A man in jail for disorderly conduct has been found dead in his cell. Jesse had left his most trustworthy deputy in charge. This freak event sets the town abuzz like a streak of lightning. He has no choice but to go back and find out what the heck happened!
A wonderful short story to bridge the gap between full length novels. These are great characters and the story has a very interesting twist which I loved.
Add this one to your e-reader today and head to the beach. A fun, quick read even those not familiar with the series will enjoy! Fans of the series will be counting the days until The Double Wedding Ring hits shelves. Amazon says September 24!!
To Find Out More About Clare Visit Her Website http://clareodonohue.com
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Comments on “Review: Streak of Lightning by Clare O’Donohue”
The only ereader I have is Kindle for PC, and because I spend so much time on the PC I really don’t get to read too many books here. I like a “real” book feel and smell….Dee
I love holding a real printed book too! I am getting used to my Kindle but it just not the same 🙂
I like novellas or short stories that fill in the gap between books. I am always eager to read the next one in a series and these brief stories keep me interested.
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