Psychological suspense in Belize
A really satisfying read mixing tragedy, psychological suspense and exotic charm.
The reader is carried forward effortlessly by the writer's serene style.
"You better Belize it !" as they say in that part of the world.
This is the kind of the book that draws you in like a spider'web and before you know it, you are trapped in Tristan's world trying to make sense of a whole lot of dark secrets that leave you mesmerized.
I did enjoy reading it, perhaps, the fact that this was done indoors as it was raining heavily outside. Nonetheless, this book will thrill you and maybe just get you wondering how obsessed someone can be and how thin a line there is between love and death.
by Dora Archie Okeyo
I love how each section of the book focuses on a different viewpoint. Good, strong characters who have to face one complication / disaster after another and work through them. Ending was perfect for me.
by Denise Cross
RK Salters was born in Paris to an Irish émigré father and French mother. He is himself an exile, currently living in Lithuania, where he earlier met his future wife while exploring the collapsing Soviet Union. He is a passionate traveller and an expedition in Belizean jungles provided the setting for Butterfly Ranch, his first novel.