Mar 122012

Wow! This book had me rushing through to see who did it while taking my time to enjoy every morsel of brilliance. As a writer myself I expect a book, every book, to have a spelling error, grammatical errorĀ  or typo of some sort, and this “uncorrected” advanced copy was positively impressive.

A Deeper Darkness takes the reader between difference characters but in a seamless way that only adds value to the story and made me keep reading to get back to some of my most loved characters to see if their secrets were revealed. I admit, I had my suspicions early on of who was committing the crimes but there were so many other mysteries entwined that it didn’t matter if I was right or wrong with this one aspect.

J.T. Ellison’s story followed the lives of soldiers who recently returned from war and were re-establishing life on their home land, finally able to enjoy their lives and family while still having freedom and protection on their mind. Although I sympathize with every soldier and family member of a solider I am not that close to anyone who has served but this story gave me real insight of the emotional hurricane such a situation can cause. The story left me wanting more and yet concluded in a way that left nothing unanswered, except, of course, what’s next.

Romance, mystery, thrills, A Deeper Darkness has it all and written so well I was addicted to it from the very first scene and trust you will be, too.

Thanks for reading,

Sarah Butland
author of Sending You Sammy, Brain Tales – Volume One and Arm Farm

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