elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,

2020-2021 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: At Sea (A Viv Fraser Mystery #7)

V. Clifford - At Sea (A Viv Fraser Mystery #7)

This was a very well constructed story with a good, strong plot and very well put-together characters. This is the first V. Clifford story I've read and noticed this is a continuing story. I enjoyed it immensely and liked the characters quite well. My only concern is that, being a continuation, if the story will pick up on a future book. This book seems to have an abrupt ending without a resolution. This is not a romance, there were no couples, and most definitely not5 LGBT, or at least not as far as I could see. I'm not even sure if this book should've been included/submitted to the Rainbow Awards. Again, I have not read any of the previous books in the series so I wouldn't know if there are LGBT pairings in the past. It was well written with good pace.


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