Hello guys! today I am being part of a blog tour, for the book London in the Dark! So lets get started!
About the book:
Budding Private Detective Cyril Arlington Hartwell has a conundrum. London is being ravaged by the largest run of thefts in recent history. His hunch that it is all tied together may put him and those he loves in more danger than he could have reckoned.
Olivia Larken Hartwell is just home from boarding school for the summer anticipating time with her adoring parents.She misses her absent brother, Cyril, hoping for the day he will finally come home. But tragedy strikes, causing upheaval for all concerned and changes her life in a way she never could have imagined.
Olivia, Cyril, and their friends must bring the hidden to light, seek to execute justice, and dispel the darkness that hovers over London… and their hearts.
About the Author
Victoria Lynn is in her 20s and if she's not writing, she is probably sewing, singing, playing the piano, washing dishes, creating something with her hands, or learning something new. She has a passion for serving her Creator, encouraging others and being creative. She blogs at www.rufflesandgrace.com about writing, fashion, modesty, her walk with God and life. She lives in Michigan with her parents and 8 siblings.
This was a very interesting read! I couldn't really decide whether to rate it 5 stars or 4 so I just went with 4.5.
Here is a little bit about the book. The main characters are Cyril, Olivia, and Dudley along with a few other people who are in there throughout the book. Danger is everywhere, pain is everywhere, where is the escape. Read about Olivia and Cyril, in there fight against danger and pain, in the book
in the Dark. I really enjoyed this book. More then I thought I would to tell
you the truth. It was exciting and kept you reading. I liked the characters,
and they were pretty real. I felt the book was very well written too. I was a
little confused at the beginning of the book, but it is like that in a lot of
books trying to figure out who all the people are and stuff. :) I would
recommend it to ages 12-up. So yeah, it was a good read I really enjoyed it,
and I would recommend it to all of you to read it. London