Review: “The Other Side of Darkness” by Linda Wood Rondeau

The Other Side of Darkness sounds sinister and evil, but in reality it is a very inspirational suspense story because on “the other side of darkness” is “a place where hope” dwells and that hope can only be found in Jesus.

Sometimes, you know you like a book, but can’t quite put your finger on the exact reason, or reasons. That’s where I am. I enjoyed every moment of reading the story. I didn’t find it frightening, but definitely eye-opening. Haven sounded like a wonderful place to hide and recover and I, too, love the smell of hyacinths. It reminded me of my childhood home.

If you like suspense, with just a touch of romance, you will like The Other Side of Darkness.

The book blurb:

A Manhattan prosecutor is stranded in a remote Adirondack village and is drawn to the ancestral home of the town’s founding father as well as its brooding heir, a landscape artist. Is the estate cursed as legend says? Something she’d like to investigate if an escaped convicted murderer, bent on revenge, were not heading her way.

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Blessings,
Ginger

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4 thoughts on “Review: “The Other Side of Darkness” by Linda Wood Rondeau”

  1. Yep – sounds right up my alley! And again, another book to add to my growing TBR pile. I am counting down the days till summer when my days are wide open to read!

  2. I would love to say I am as well, but we are trying something new this year and will be schooling through the summer. We’ll see how I manage. 🙂

  3. The book was awesome and I was intrigued throughout the entire book! The book was wonderfully written, never boring and always had me reading well into the night. I highly recommend getting this book! The cover of the book is nice and thick as well as the pages.
    Loved it!
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