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"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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Descriptions of the Atherton family seat, as it were, and the strong sense of community (sometimes a negative in regards to privacy!) came across strong and clear. Weave in with that the tales my husband shared of his own youth in Long Beach, Mississippi, and I wonder if I will recognize anything when he finally takes me there one of these years. Traci writes the setting with a definite fondness, and she made me wish for pictures to fully relish the locale.
The only hiccup while reading was a bit too much focus on character actions, such as body language, opening soda cans and such, which bogged the story's flow. Another challenge were the long scenes that didn't seem related to the plot or the conflict at hand. But the characters and their interactions were delightful and kept me turning pages... although I was a bit miffed that a certain person didn't get a fist to the jaw.
I look forward to book 2, Brigitte's Battle.
Overall rating: 3.5 out of 5. Cut out some of the excess detail and this would easily rate a 4. Might I suggest Self-Editing for Fiction Writers by Renni Browne and Dave King.
Would I read it again: More than likely
Would I recommend it to others: Yes.