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Behind the Veil
Slightly eerie and ghostly, Behind the Veil is a perfect late-night read.
Letitia uses a scrying bowl to help others find closure surrounding their dead relatives. She has rules to protect herself and tries not to bend them.
When she finds herself sick and cared for by Mr. Driscoll, she realizes she needs to meet his niece, who is suffering from some tips of paranormal experience. She is sucked into this family’s mess from that point on.
What causes Finola’s sleepless nights? Can Letitia help? Where will all of this lead? The answers run deeper than Letitia imagines.
Behind the Veil is set in the 1920s. Letitia is an intriguing character who lives her life carefully. With her profession, she doesn’t want to draw attention to herself. Mr. Driscoll seems like a bit of a pompous ass at first, but once he takes on Letitia’s care while she is sick, my opinion of him changes.
Behind the Veil has a creepy, paranormal vibe but isn’t a book that will scare your socks off. I think the ending was well thought out and kept me on my toes, wanting to know what would happen next. It didn’t disappoint either!
There is child abuse and a mad man’s murderous souvenirs that might be a trigger or turn off for some.
If you enjoy paranormal thrillers, this is one you should check out!
Thank you to Blackthorn Book Tours, the author, and the publisher, for my spot on this tour and the ebook to read and review.
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