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Saturday, January 2, 2010
Review - The Curse of Culcraigh by Dawn Brown
Title: The Curse of Culcraig
Author: Dawn Brown
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
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Rating: You Need to Read
Reviewed by: Jennifer
After a devastating personal tragedy, history professor Hillary Bennett seeks refuge in the quaint Scottish village of Culcraig, hoping to research a legend and salvage her career. Instead, she finds her hostess dead and her hopes for the future pinned to the woman's black sheep heir.
The last thing Caid Douglas needs is a decrepit manor house to remind him of his estranged family, but he does need the money selling the house would bring to pay off his debts. In desperation he offers to honor his great aunt's arrangement with Hillary—if she pays him to stay at Glendon House and view his ancestor's journals, he'll have the money to fix up the family mausoleum and sell it.
But an ancient curse hovers over the village, and the secret to lifting it lies in the journals. Will Caid and Hillary realize what they have and uncover the truth before a twisted killer silences them forever?
Dawn Brown writes an excellent romantic suspense book. I throughly enjoyed reading her story. She spun a story with true love and murder. Ms. Brown had twists and turns and the mystery really lasted until the end of the book and then the culmination of the mystery came fast and bad. A more truthful telling of a murder I think. The murderer was cold and heartless and crazy. A true type of murderer. Caid battles his past and father to find true love and happiness. He's a strong character along with Hillary, who is also a very smart woman, and independent. This is an excellent book with strong characters and plot.