Book Review: A Cold Tomorrow



Riveting, thrilling suspense featuring mysterious events and an iconic urban legend. Remarkable page turner. From the first paragraph, the story radiates a feeling of sinister unease that doesn’t subside until the unique and clever conclusion. The characters are like the people next door, and the reader roots for them to achieve their goals and dreams.

Title – A Cold Tomorrow

Author – Mae Clair

First Published – December 20, 2016

Genre – Mystery Suspense

Series – Book 2 of 3 in the Point Pleasant Series, can stand alone very well.

Setting – Point Pleasant, West Virginia

Heroine – Katie Lynch, a fiercely protective mother of a young son. After a tumultuous childhood in a small town filled with tragedy and secrets, she is just now opening herself to friendship and perhaps something more.

Hero – Ryan Flynn, Police Sergeant who is interested in Katie and skeptical of the wild theories of the Mothman and UFOs that are offered as reason for the town’s unexplained disappearances, animal mutilations, and other eerie events.

Opposing Forces – Three mysterious visitors, each with their own secrets to keep.

Descriptors – Mothman, urban legends, cryptograms, danger, mystery, suspense, sinister, thrilling, small town life.

Favorite Supporting Character – Other than the three mysterious visitors, by whom I am mesmerized, I especially appreciate Doreen Sue, Katie’s mother. She had a hard life, much of it self-created, and learned from her mistakes to become a caring mother and grandmother.

Fun Tidbit – The author made two research trips to Point Pleasant in preparation for this outstanding novel.

Memorable Line – Something loomed over him. Invisible suction-cup fingers clutched his face and wrenched his head up, pinning him in place.

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Cheers & Happy Reading!

Flossie Benton Rogers, Conjuring the Magic in Romance

8 thoughts on “Book Review: A Cold Tomorrow

  1. Mae Clair

    Wow! What a lovely surprise to find this today!

    Thank you for the awesome review, Flossie. Of everything I’ve written, this book is my favorite, so I am beyond thrilled to learn you enjoyed it. Could I ask you to share your review on Amazon? It would be so appreciated.

    Thank you again for sharing on your blog and for making my day! 🙂

    1. Flossie Benton Rogers Post author

      Mae, you are so welcome! I loved the story. I know what you mean about having a favorite book. I did share it on Amazon, but it takes them awhile to approve. It should be up by now though, for pete’s sake. I will check tonight to see. It’s under Dendra.


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