Wednesday, June 08, 2016

Countdown to Death by Iain McChesney

First Line: It was only a matter of time.

Ten strangers have been lured to a remote Scottish island and the estate of the wealthy and reclusive Lord Black. What brings them all together? They've each received a letter accusing them of having committed crimes. Only a short period of time elapses before their one escape off the island disappears, and they begin being picked off one by one. Who's the killer?

I'm always a sucker for a remote island off the coast of Scotland, but once past the setting in Countdown to Death, I was faced with McChesney's version of Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None. Although the author's treatment of the story is well-done, I'm the type of reader who needs more than a puzzle to solve in the mysteries I read.

However, if you're in the mood for solving a quick, light puzzle this could very well be the perfect read for you.

Countdown to Death by Iain McChesney
Wayzgoose Press © 2015
eBook, 207 pages

Suspense, Standalone
Rating: C+
Source: Purchased from Amazon.    


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