Invisible Curtain by Alex Morgan

Title: Invisible Curtain

Series: A Corey Shaw Mystery

Author: Alex Morgan

Genre: Mystery, Action, Paranormal

Length: Novel (260pgs)

Publisher: loveyoudivine Alterotica (28th September 2011)

Heat Level: Moderate

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4 ½Hearts

Reviewer: Pixie

Blurb: Corey Shaw is torn between a vacation with his family, his burgeoning attraction to handsome dancer, Raul and solving the mystery behind a series of explosions that follow the ship from London across the Baltic Sea. Can he protect the ones he loves and identify the terrorist before an even greater tragedy occurs?

Paranormal sleuth Corey Shaw is enjoying vacation with his family in the Baltic Sea when terrorists bomb restaurants hosting World Cup parties in London and Copenhagen. On each occasion the explosion coincides with the cruise ship leaving port. Although the United States isn’t attacked directly, Corey and his colleagues are unavoidably drawn into the investigation with or without the blessing of international intelligence agencies. When a third bomb goes off in St. Petersburg, Russia, Corey is convinced the answer lies aboard his ship.

He must use all his psionic abilities to protect his family, and his friends, and keep the world safe from this worrying upsurge in international terrorism.

Review: Ah, I love mysteries and this one was no different, a pure joy to read.  Corey is on vacation cruise with his family for his mother’s birthday but as the ship pulls away from the docks he has a vision of an explosion and so begins a mystery that follows him across the sea.

This is a well written storyline with a good plot that doesn’t keep you hanging for too long. Corey is still suffering mentally from what happened to him in Murder at the Green Lantern and decides to just go with it on this vacation.   With the encouragement of his sisters he hooks up with dancer Raul while trying to help solve the mystery of who the terrorists are.

I really liked Corey in this story and I will hold my hands up and admit that I didn’t read Murder at the Green Lantern because I didn’t like Corey in Breathless but now I have to go and read it… gggrrr. I have to say that it was great to see Corey with his family and his romance with Raul was hot.   The mystery was good and although I did guess who the bomber was, I really liked the twist that emerged.

So I would recommend this for those who love mystery, danger, hot sex and the paranormal but don’t expect everything to smell of roses.

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