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    "Secrets eventually erode the soul."

    Stranger at Sunset by Eden Baylee is a gripping suspense novel with more than meets the eye. Well-constructed, I was drawn in right away due to the beautifully poetic and prolific writing style. The story came to life and I was instantly drawn in. There is passion to the writing which had me reading at a feverish pace. The drama and the clever twists and turns kept me guessing all the way through. This psychological thriller was hard to put down as I read through the night. The lack of sleep was worth the quality pay out that this book offers. Well-written with a great plot line I found this unique mystery to be mesmerizing. The author does a great job of setting the stage and feeding the reader an entertaining mystery that is an attention grabber. I was hooked from the very first page. Stranger at Sunset it a fascinating escape which packs a punch, to say the least. Would most highly recommend. Quote ~ The light in her room replaced the sun's blush, a poor substitute given a set of floor-to-ceiling jalousies bracketed his view. He waited to see what she would do next. His breathing deafened his ears as if he were wheezing through a mask; adrenaline pumped in his veins. She moved in front of the window facing him. With hands on her hips, legs spread apart, she stood full frontal and stared straight at him. He shrank back and jostled her image. Could she see him? With his naked eye, he peeked in her direction. Nothing had changed. Motionless, she continued to stand in position. Unable to resist, he gathered his wits and raised the binoculars once again, adjusted the focus ring on her legs-those legs that seemed to go on forever.
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