Turn A Blind Eye by: Marta Tandori
Kudos, Ms. Tandori. . .
Turn A Blind Eye has it all; a little romance, some suspense, and quite a lot of “I never saw that coming”.
It is a combination cozy mystery and suspense/romance, which I found quite delightful, a must read for all who love these three genres.
This story entwines the lives of Libby, her sister Mia and her love interest, Dain – a salvage hunter off the coast of the Florida Keys, Jack and Beverly Donelly – the older couple that helped Libby through a horrible time in her life, and Rebecca a mother trying to understand what happened to her daughter. Add to the cast of characters – a drug cartel – missing drugs – a cold-blooded hit man. . . and even an innocent Amish family caught up in the middle of drug smuggling.
Ms. Tandori has a great talent for creating suspense, and the story is a whirlwind of subtle dramas that come together well.
The twists are timed well and the need to know just what is going to happen next makes this a good one for mystery lovers, the suspense is awesome.
From page one – until the very end – Ms. Tandori has a way of lending details to the story that make it impossible for the reader to put the book down.
Be prepared to stay up late – you won’t want to stop reading – you won’t be able to stop reading.