Book Review – An Image in The Lake by Gail Bowen

Synopsis: Another strong outing for the Joanne Kilbourn series by Gail Bowen. In this installment summer is coming to an end and Joanne and Zack are looking forward to a new grandchild being born. The six-part series, Sisters and Strangers, about Joanne and her sister’s early life that was filmed during the last book, The Unlocking Season, is about to air on tv and Joanne steps into the fray of provincial politics again by becoming interested in a female candidate that has a solid chance of becoming the next premier.

My thoughts: The book was quite slow paced and not a lot of tension/mystery at the heart of it but I still found it a very engaging read as I just enjoy hanging out and spending time with these characters. Well worth your time.

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