From the acclaimed author of The Drago Tree comes a riveting thriller about survival, revenge, and long-hidden secrets.
When Lanzarote anti-corruption activist Celestino is T-boned on a lonely road, he knows the collision was no accident. Wounded and fearing for his life, he hides in an abandoned fishing village, waiting for a chance to make it home. Meanwhile, his wife Paula is distraught and sets out to look for him.
Paula’s search for her husband quickly descends into mayhem, danger, and intrigue. Before long, she realizes she’s being followed. She needs answers, and fast.
But where is Celestino, and will he ever make it back alive?
"A Matter of Latitude simmers with danger, betrayal, and treachery, drawing the reader into the island’s history of shady dealings and uneasy relationships between natives, tourists, and expats... Isobel Blackthorn has crafted an atmospheric and setting-rich novel with alluring lyrical style." (Sandi Wallace, award-winning crime fiction author)
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- Simon Gibson
An Island Mystery
This is a very enjoyable novel. The writing is excellent and a wonderful narration that adds to the experience. The mystery revolves around a missing husband but expands into a second strand around three paintings. The atmosphere perfectly captures expat island life, a lifestyle I live with my own family. The pace, twists and turns of the plot are just right. Open a bottle of wine, put your feet up and imagine you're on the island of Lanzarote as you listen to this lovely novel.
1 person found this helpful
Great characters - nice story line
The writer does a really good job of developing the characters and the storyline is very good.
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