Lost in the Light: A Guide to A Dark and Stormy Reading Night

Thank you for a wonderful review! I’m so happy it gave you the tingly tingles!!!

Book Club Sunday

img_6412It was a dark and stormy night…for at least one of the nights I was reading Lost in the Light by Mary Castillo. [Note: Book Club Sunday were thrilled when Mary asked us to read her book!] Dark and stormy is the perfect atmosphere to begin Lost in the Light as readers are introduced to Detective Dori Orihuela and her crumbling, foreboding 120 year old mansion. Dori soon discovers that her house is haunted by the ghost of a Prohibition era rumrunner, Vicente, who desperately wants Dori to find a woman named Anna. The book switches back and forth between Dori’s quest to help Vicente in the present day and the events leading up to Vicente’s death in 1932.

Since there’s almost nothing better than spending a dark and stormy night curled up with a spooky book, here is everything you need to create the perfect Dark and Stormy Reading…

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