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Title: What the Moon Saw by DL Koontz
Publisher: Tule Publishing
Published: March 13th, 2018
This is very different with an eclectic mix of time travel, romantic suspense and crime thriller! The different strands of history are interwoven to create a tapestry of events which culminate in a big reveal when readers learn the whole picture and the connections between the different characters through the ages.
It is an enthralling page turner that uses some key events from different historic times together with the author’s vivid imagination to create an enthralling story. The ending is something I didn’t foresee coming and the intrigue kept my interest throughout. I admit I’d expected something more akin with a time travelling Doctor Who adventure and this is nothing like that but it is still a well researched and captivating read that I have no hesitation in recommending to anyone looking for something different but highly enjoyable.
I requested and received a copy of this novel via NetGalley. This is my honest review after choosing to read it.
When newlywed FBI agent and brilliant linguist Libby Shaw is warned that her death is imminent, she’ll do anything she can to survive–even take mysterious advice to submerge in mineral water of Bedford Springs during a full moon. Libby finds herself thrust back in time to 1926, where danger and intrigue surround her. As Libby tries to adapt to her new life, she finds herself oddly drawn to the town sheriff who seems to know her far better than she knows herself. Yet he seems eerily familiar and as pieces of a past start surfacing in dreams and visions, Libby seeks out the handsome sheriff for answers, only to find more questions.
As Libby learns someone is following her to change history, she must join forces with the sheriff to uncover the mystery of their past. Will they be thwarted by the master criminal who’s determined to destroy them both or will they be able to build a life together after lifetimes of being pulled apart by nefarious forces?