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    Another Great Read!

    I received this review from an ARC reader (who had already read my first novel: received a review copy of this book from the author at my request and this is my honest opinion. Nobody Drowns takes up the story of the people on Awan Lake approximately a month after the ending of Sunset at 20:47. And while it is told in the same character-driven, great storytelling style of the original, there is a little more action, murder, and mayhem here. While Sunset was described as a slow, easy voyage on the water with rapids and whirlpools providing excitement, Nobody Drowned is more like a high-speed motorboat racing down the river, being diverted this way and that as new fireballs begin showing themselves in the sky. All of this provides plenty of counterbalance to Mr, Kingsmill's strong suit- which is his ability to write a tense, suspenseful storyline, but still maintain the integrity of his characters' places in it. In other words, while all the shooting, bombing, stealing, killing and attempting to kill are going on, the main drive of this story is the character of the people involved and what they are willing to do to protect their lakefront community, the lake itself, and the surrounding countryside, especially when it comes to Spirit River. Again, these characters are so well portrayed you may feel you have seen them before; actually, you have. The Awan Lake group (Anderson, Arnold and Marion, the Webster sisters, Sam, Sergeant John, and Flo) are back and a couple of people we barely met in Sunset at 20:47, become more of a major player here; like Anita, Crazy Man Willy, and Superintendent Daniels. The ending is fully satisfying in my opinion as it ties up the major threads of Nobody Drowned but left enough open to indicate there will definitely be a book 3. I highly recommend this series and suggest you grab it at the first opportunity.

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