The 3rd book in this series truly deserves the name. I highly recommend you read this series in order. All three books tell the Sam West story. 
Sam West was arrested because his ex-wife was missing. Lena London meets him the 1st book and becomes his friend. She moved to Blue Lake to learn from her idol, Camelia and is now collaborating with Camelia to write a book.
This volume starts with the kidnapping of Victoria baby, Athena by her father. An attempt to frame Sam again is made when the body of the mailman is found in a wooded area. Surveillance tale shows Sam is not guilty. Lena did not kill him as his paperweight was stolen.  Lena's Father and Stepmother come on a visit. Lena is researching Sam's life and find a mystery in his background. Will Lena find the answer as put an end to Sam's problems? This book has a twist and turns that will keep you turning the pages. I was pleased with the ending as it tied up the many threads is the saga and I am looking forward will the story will go. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this book and series.


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5 Responses to A DARK AND TWISTING PATH by Julia Buckley

  1. bmary8222 says:

    I don’t think I’ve read any of this.

  2. carhicks says:

    Sounds like a good series Betty. Thanks for sharing this one.

  3. lghiggins says:

    This has a really different approach with the accused not being the sleuth but continuing in the series as a focus character. I think I would like the series, but I appreciate the warning as I just don’t have the time right now to go back and read the previous books.

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