Warning Signs: A Story about Obsession

It is always a pleasure to have someone write such a warm review of my book. I am so grateful for this opportunity to not only expose my latest crime novel to the many bloggers who follow me but also to introduce Anneli Purchase to those who may not yet know her and her beautiful photographs, her writing tips and her many novels that deserve to be discovered.
This weekend, is Thanksgiving in Canada and this review gives me reason to count all my blessings. Wherever you are, may you always find something to be thankful for.

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Horror and gruesome killing upset me and I don’t like to read about these details. But author, Carol Balawyder, handles the murder scenes in her novel about a serial killer so deftly that I just wanted to keep turning pages – never having the urge to hide my eyes – only wanting to know more.

Once I was hooked (on the first page), she introduced the characters gradually, allowing me to get to know them as they each struggled with various dilemmas. Ms. Balawyder expertly slipped in details that would be needed later to make the culmination of the plot flow easily. Nothing happens that seems contrived, because the groundwork was laid earlier in the book.

Each of the characters had major flaws but they also had redeeming traits. Even Eugene, the serial killer, was not all bad. Imagine empathizing with a serial killer!

The tension regarding the murderer escalates…

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34 thoughts on “Warning Signs: A Story about Obsession

  1. That is a fabulous review, Carol! I’m very happy for you. Thanks for introducing us to Anneli Purchase, and enjoy your Thanksgiving!

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  2. Big congratulations to you, Carol, on completing and publishing another novel. Writing a novel is a difficult and lonely task, and what a giant accomplishment when it’s done. Great review from Anneli, too. Best wishes in the sales ahead.

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