Publisher: All Things That Matter Press
Publish Date: November 21, 2011
Origins: From Author for Review
Order From: Amazon / Barnes & Noble
Synopsis: It's been twelve years since Olivia and Joel Cameron last invited the family to spend the weekend at their country home; a visit that ended in tragedy. Scott, Joel's outrageously sexy youngest brother, was found dead. The repercussions have torn the family apart. Olivia's sister Violet has persuaded her to host a reunion so that they can finally lay their ghosts to rest. However, there are some secrets too destructive to remain hidden, and Violet, still grieving for the man she loved, is determined to uncover the truth. As the web of hostility and deceit begins to unravel, family ties are tested to the limit.
Review: You can never outrun your past…
The Cameron family learns this first hand as they all come together for the first time in twelve years at New Year’s. They have been haunted by the tragedy that befell them at the family reunion those twelve long years ago. With a gothic style and compelling characters, Dark Is The Sky will keep you up way past your bedtime.
I love mysteries and the author has crafted a brilliant and twisted story of family tragedy and secrets all leading up to discovering the truth behind the events of the life-altering family reunion so long ago. All of the characters come to life with their own faults and deadly secrets. The interactions between the characters are devastating and tempestuous. Beautifully written and well-detailed Dark Is The Sky is a book you recommend to your friends.