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The Relentless Moon

It’s nice to have a book to look forward to that you are pretty sure you are going to like. This book has almost none of Elma York in it but her husband is in it a little. It mostly follows one of the more minor characters from an earlier book. t definitely had a different vibe than her earlier books in some ways, more thriller-y. More “Wounded protagonist encounters deeper and harder challenges and obstacles but has to keep pushing on to save the day” but I enjoyed being along for the ride.