Great new lead character from O'Shaughnessy. I did guess the mystery, but it was still a good read.
Starts out slow but improves greatly
I am a huge fan of Perri O'Shaughnessy. I had a hard time getting into Keeper of the Keys. I was happy with the ending and the book. It just took me a lot longer to start to like the book than normal. The characters were not really likable.
I kept waiting for the non stop action to kick in, but it apparently was omitted from my copy. Made it better than three quarters of the way through before I put it aside.
I found the book very strange and hard to read. The premise of the book is too far-fetched.
This is not a Nina Reilly book. It was ok, but nothing spectacular. A good, but fairly predictable mystery.
slow beginning, but surpeise ending
GREAT READ HAVE ONLY READ THEIR NINI REILLY SERIES THIS WAS A GREAT DEPARTURE
Another great mystery by one of todays' great authors. A wife disappears and her architect husband searches for her, using keys he has had from childhood, keys to homes he and his mother once lived in.
This was a good mystery, but not quite up to par with some others I've read. I didn't find it believable enough. I gave it three stars.
Just okay. Had a very hard time getting through this one. Almost put it down without finishing which I hardly ever do. Not one of his best, for sure. Personally, don't think it's worth a credit.
I didn't read this book - it's NOT part of the Nina Reilly series.