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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Loggerhead: A Mary Fisher Novel by T.A. Peters is the story of a Scottish woman named Mary. When the novel begins, she is in Europe and the second World War is about to begin. She is imprisoned and alone and that is what encourages her to write about a time when she was happy with her friend, even though the events that happened were not pleasant in any sense. Mary and her friend Abigail were vacationing in Loggerhead, Florida in the 1890s. However, their relaxing holiday becomes a troubled time when a thief steals Abigail’s jewelry and gets away. But that was just the beginning. They are soon forced into events that will make this the worst vacation they ever had, but also make it the most vital time in their relationship.
The story reeled me in from the very beginning. It was enticing and urging me to read on and find out what happened next. I think Mary was the perfect heroine. I have to admit, I was a little skeptical about the novel, but once I got into the way things were described I was literally hooked. I loved Mary. She had a spark and the way she was expressed was just perfect. She and Abigail made the perfect couple. They had chemistry and they had love. To be honest, they reminded me a lot of Sherlock Holmes and John Watson. I could not find any fault in this novel. It was simply perfect. I really loved reading this story!