Wednesday, 30 May 2018

Connectedness (Identity Detective Book 2) by Sandra Danby


Reviewer: Liza Perrat, author of The Bone Angel trilogy (Spirit of Lost Angels, Wolfsangel, Blood Rose Angel) and latest release, The Silent Kookaburra.


What we thought: I absolutely adored this extremely well-written mystery-family saga. It’s the second in Sandra Danby’s Identity Detective series and I have not read the first (yet!), but this did not deter at all from my enjoyment.


Justine Tree, successful collage artist, asks identity detective Rose Haldane to search for the daughter she gave up for adoption in 1983.Will this terrible secret that Justine carries close to her heart threaten her art career?


The story is told mainly through Justine’s viewpoint, flitting effortlessly between present-day London’s art world to isolated Yorkshire, and the hot streets of Málaga, Spain in the early 80s, where Justine went to study art. And where she found love.


With her well-defined, sympathetic characters, layers of meaning, and sensual, all-engaging descriptions, the author takes us on a highly-emotional and gripping journey through the art world, exploring love, loss and human weakness, all coming together in a truly heartfelt conclusion.


Highly recommended to readers who enjoy a very well-written story.


You’ll like this if you enjoy: family mystery stories. Books by Maggie O’Farrell and Rachel Hore.


Avoid if you don’t like: emotional stories about love and loss.


Ideal accompaniments: jug of sangria and assorted tapas.


Genre: Literary women’s fiction.


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