By Dorothy Bodoin
The little town of Foxglove Corners offers tornado survivor Jennet Greenway country peace and a new romance, but the secret of the yellow Victorian house across the lane holds a threat to her new life.
Can Jennet solve its mysteries in time to avert another disaster?
What they are saying about Darkness at Foxglove Corners
Ms. Bodoin has deftly plotted this mystery and there are many surprising twists and turns on these country roads, not to mention poisoned mushrooms in the fields, and a phantom black dog who is mistaken for Jennet’s own sidekick, a black collie named Halley. This is, indeed, a captivating book filled with fascinating characters who startle the reader with the unexpected. The colorful details create vivid, memorable pictures and the masterful intricacies of the action keep the pages turning at a fast pace. While this is Ms. Bodoin’s first published novel it reads with a polish and precision expected of a seasoned pro.
Dwight C. Rinke