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Two psychics plunge into a dark world of deadly secrets in this second installment of the Fogg Lake trilogy by New York Times bestselling author Jayne Ann Krentz.--This text refers to the paperback edition.
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Two psychics plunge into a dark world of deadly secrets in this second instalment of the Fogg Lake trilogy by New York Times bestselling author Jayne Ann Krentz.
North Chastain possesses the ability to track down the most dangerous psychic criminals. But when his father suddenly falls comatose at the hands of a deadly artefact, North is at a loss. Tracking down killers might be his forte, but to locate the relic he's going to need a psychic with an intimate knowledge of the shadowy underworld of dealers and collectors...
Disgraced antiques expert Sierra Raines is looking to begin again. Resorting to the shady paranormal artefacts trade, she finds and transports valuable objects. When North Chastain requests her services, she reluctantly accepts - for North represents the Foundation, the enigmatic organisation that polices the psychic underworld, both its criminals and those - like Sierra - making a living in its shadows.
The pair soon find themselves in the town of Fogg Lake, at the scene of the 'Incident'; decades ago, a disaster in the nearby labs of the Bluestone Project, a covert government program, forever changed the town's residents. The pair unearth shocking truths about what occurred that fateful night, but they are playing with fire - someone in the town knows what they've discovered and will stop at nothing to keep the truth buried.
'Krentz expertly entwines high-stakes suspense, a paranormal spiked plot, and a generous dollop of sexy romance with delightfully dry wit...' Booklist
'Sexy . . . clever, fun' Kirkus Reviews
- ASIN : B08KFY3NQM
- Publisher : Piatkus (5 January 2021)
- Language : English
- File size : 756 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 314 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 57,724 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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All the Colors of Night is the second book in the Fogg Lake series. I don’t often read paranormal stories but this series has me hooked. This story follows North Chastain, who is losing his powers as he searches for an artifact, a potential weapon, that has left his father fighting for life. He gets help from Sierra Raines to help him track down the artifact.
This story has plenty of mystery and action and North and Sierra go from one dangerous situation to another as they try to track down the artifact, which seems to have been created by North’s grandfather. Once North and Sierra met, this story went from one thrilling scene to another. There was never a dull moment which I loved. And along with the excitement of life in the paranormal world, we have a romance bubbling along nicely in the background.
All the Colors of Night was thoroughly entertaining and even for a non-paranormal book lover like me, the story was easy to follow and engaging. If you are interested in All the Colors of Night I’d recommend you read book 1, the Vanishing first. This is a really good series and I’d definitely recommend it.
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I did enjoy this book even though there are some plot gaps that stand out a bit, but I do have a niggle to share. Ms Krentz uses a lot of names very similar to previously used names, and it does grate a bit. She often uses similar plots to be honest but they get updated and freshened up a bit, and she does what she does well. The lack of originality with the names irritates me as they are often so similar to previous books she has written, (admittedly in different series), but it would give a fresher feel if they were more original.
Despite that this is definitely a 3.5-4 stars read, rounded to 4.