A fantastic Blog, and a great review of Chasing Ghosts by Heartshaped Bluestocking. The reader understood the characters and what I, as the writer, was trying to portray through them. It’s exciting when a reader gets what you mean. xx’
by Madalyn Morgan
In 1949 after receiving treatment for shell shock in Canada, Claire’s husband disappears.
Has Mitch left her for the woman he talks about in his sleep? Or is he on the run from accusations of wartime treachery?
Claire goes to France in search of the truth, aided by old friends from the Resistance.
I didn’t realise that this is the 6th book in a series, but it didn’t matter one bit; there wasn’t anything I felt I missed or needed explained.
The gentle beginning belies the conflict and friction that surrounds the rest of the book. If the reader is paying attention, they’ll pick up on the tension and mystery circling round Mitch’s therapy at the beginning of the book. The writing creates a discomfort for the reader, a suggestion of fore-shadowing without being explicit. As we progress through the quest to find Mitch and what…
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