My Review of “Turn A Blind Eye” by: Marta Tandori

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.


About Ethel Lewis

Born in Dallas, Texas in 1948 "Texan born and Texan bred." Currently live in Galveston, Texas. I share my home with my four friends and companions---all of which have four legs and very furry bodies. Two cats, two dogs. What's that old expression? "Jack of all trades, master of none." That pretty well describes me. Earned a living grooming dogs and cats for thirty years, drove an eighteen-wheeler for nearly ten years. Raised two wonderful children, a son and a daughter--both now grown, have 5 grand-kids, and 2 great-grand-kids. Love 'em all. I recently retired, and am excited to finally find the time to do what I enjoy doing most - Writing the stories and telling the tales, born in my imagination...
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