Dorothy Bodoin’s new book A TIME OF STORMS is a must read. It is the ninth book in her series, set in Foxglove Corners. I have read every one of them, loved them all and already anxiously await the next installment in Jennet Greenway’s life.
A TIME OF STORMS is a page turner that will have you racing to the end to find out what happened. It is an exciting story, breathtaking at times and guaranteed to keep you guessing. Ms. Bodoin is a master at shrouding her events in suspense with the feeling that something evil is always lurking behind the scenes. The reader will also be thrilled to be back with familiar faces, dogs and neighbors.
In A TIME OF STORMS, Dorothy Bodoin expertly weaves together the storyteller's basic threads of plot, pacing, setting, dialogue and character, adds her great love for her collies, and sprinkles in a sparkle of the supernatural to create a suspenseful, satisfying and all around excellent read. A TIME OF STORMS is Ms. Bodoin's eighth book in her Foxglove Corners series, but it can easily be read and enjoyed as a stand-alone mystery. Highly recommended for all ages.
Donna H. Parker
Dorothy Bodoin lives in Royal Oak, Michigan, with her collie, Wolf Manor Kinder Brightstar. She graduated from Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan, with Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in English literature and taught secondary English in Michigan for several years. Her first published book was Darkness At Foxglove Corners, the first of the Jennet Greenway series. Her most recent Foxglove Corners book is The Collie Connection, winner of Wings’ Golden Wings Award in June, 2009. She has written fifteen cozy mysteries and novels of romantic suspense and one Gothic romance.