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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
A Trembling of Finches is a work of fiction in the thriller and suspense subgenres and is the sequel to Dead Men Don’t Snore. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by author David Cameron. The book continues the story of Gordon Bennet who is returning to England after his Spanish adventure in the previous installment. As Gordon helps his partner Gabriela adjust to life in England, the pair comes under threat once again as the lovers end up in the crosshairs of a dangerous conspiracy with people willing to kill to get what they want.
This was an exciting adventure through a well-realized version of Yorkshire, told through the eyes of an excellent point of view character in the form of Gabriela. There is a wonderful playfulness to author David Cameron’s juggling of threats ranging from a chance encounter with your partner’s ex-wife to fighting for your life as a deadly conspiracy threatens to take away the person you love. Having established Gordon and Gabriela previously, this new installment succeeds admirably in developing them further in new and interesting directions, pushing their characters to grow and building on the characters we already know. As the threats ramp up and the stakes rise to match them, the rollercoaster plot constantly keeps readers on the edge of their seats right up until the final page. Overall, A Trembling of Finches is an excellent sequel that finds new ground to cover with its narrative leading to a fresh story and dynamic new angle to get to know its protagonists.