Saturday, September 20, 2014

Shadow Dancer By Addison Kline

Shadow Dancer by Addison Kline
Book 1 in the Shadow Series
Release Day: September 12, 2014!


Some secrets should just stay buried. On the day Tristan Morrow is born her mother goes missing, prompting an investigation that produces no solid leads. Fast forward 15 years, and the Morrow family still doesn’t know the truth behind Catherine Morrow’s disappearance. When 15 year old Tristan is required to write a biography on her mother for a school assignment, she learns the truth about her mother’s fate, and is hell-bent upon finding out who was responsible for her death. But when Tristan herself goes missing too, everyone is suspect, even her own father. Set in rural Fox Hollow, PA, Shadow Dancer unravels a web of lies, deceit, madness and corruption. Can investigators crack the case before Tristan meets the same fate as her mother? And who is responsible for the disappearances? There is much uncertainty as the investigation unfolds, but there is one thing that is certain: Tristan Morrow holds the master key to the entire riddle.

Reviewed by Karen Lee

Tristan has an impossible task to complete. For the first time in her life, she will not had in a writing assignment a teacher has assigned to her. Now, the teacher’s at Steeplechase Academy expect that from her brothers and cousins, but not from the straight A student Tristan. How can she possible complete the paper, a biography about someone she never knew, who no one talks about. A paper that needs to be written about her own mother, who went missing the day she was born.

Tristan is being raised in a large home with her father, brothers, aunt, uncle and cousins all under the same roof. When she is given this assignment, she tries in vain to remember any tidbits of information she can recall. Trying to remember anything that has been told to her through the years about her mother. She comes up with nothing, but she senses people know what happened. Murmurs from the people in town, the lack of eye contact and maybe even pity or fear in people’s eyes. Someone knows something, that leads Tristan to a startling discovery and maybe even triggers a mystery of its own about Tristan.

Great mystery, the author did a brilliant job of drawing the reader into the story and I felt sorry for Tristan growing up with all those boys in the house. However, the author helps you realize how important family really is for support and comfort not only in difficult times but every day too. 4 stars.

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