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Having said all of that, this is not her best stuff. I mean she's creating characters named 'Diggory' for heaven's sake.
Characterization and scenic description, two of her strong points are lacking here.
The story itself is top-notch: WWII mystery sub with top-secret, damning info about the Allies and gold coins in wine bottles smuggled out of France. Where did it all go. Nothing wrong with this. That's as good as it gets. The female lead, ex-marine with a past connected to this Diggory character, saves a guy from drowning and gets drawn into the mystery of the lost sub as a result. THis just never clicks for me.
Finally, she creates this hokey club of puppet-master types who actually run the country and its important institutions. This never adds anything to the story and I think the attempt to create an over-arching conspiracy group muddies up what could have been a top-flight tale.
Pacing, good, but a little disjointed. Can forgive that, for I think this was a pretty ambitious undertaking for her.
Nope, what I really miss is the down-homey feel of the Seychelle books. peopled with believeable characters with sort of normal names. Ok, Ok, what's normal about Seychelle and the names of her two brothers. i get it.
This is one she should be discounting and get back to work on Seychelle.