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A Madness of Sunshine New York Times Bestselling Author Nalini Singh Pivots In A New Direction With Her First Mainstream Thriller That Will Be Sure To Keep Readers On Their Toes Anahera Rawiri Left New Zealand At Twenty One, Fleeing Small Town Poverty And The Ghosts Of Her Childhood With No Plans To Look Back But Eight Years Later, She Returns, Seeking Familiarity As Respite From The Shattered Remains Of Her New Life And Despite The Changes Brought On By A Bump In Tourism The Shiny New Welcome Sign At The Town Line And A Decidedly Less Shiny New Police Presence Golden Cove Appears Much As It Ever Was A Small Settlement On The Savage West Coast Of The South Island, Populated By All The Remembered Faces And Set Against A Backdrop Of Lush Greenery, Jagged Cliffs, And Crashing WavesDetective Will Gallagher Knows All About Ghosts His Own Chased Him Out Of A Promising Career In Christchurch, Landing Him As The Sole Cop In A Quaint Town Where His Most Pressing Concerns Are Petty Theft And The Occasional Drunk When Golden Cove Resident Miri Hinewai Goes Out For A Run And Fails To Return, Will Finds Himself Heading Up A Missing Person S Search That Rapidly Escalates Into An Official Investigation After This Case Is Connected With Similar Ones From The Past As An Outsider, Will Begins To Rely On Anahera S Knowledge Of The Area And Its Residents To Help Him Delve Into Golden Cove S Secrets, And To Determine Whether It Shelters Something Far Dangerous Than Just An Unforgiving Landscape


About the Author: Nalini Singh

I ve been writing as long as I can remember and all of my stories always held a thread of romance even when I was writing about a prince who could shoot lasers out of his eyes I love creating unique characters, love giving them happy endings and I even love the voices in my head There s no other job I would rather be doing In September 2002, when I got the call that Silhouette Desire wanted to buy my first book, Desert Warrior, it was a dream come true I hope to continue living the dream until I keel over of old age on my keyboard.I was born in Fiji and raised in New Zealand I also spent three years living and working in Japan, during which time I took the chance to travel around Asia I m back in New Zealand now, but I m always plotting new trips If you d like to see some of my travel snapshots, have a look at the Travel Diary page updated every month.So far, I ve worked as a lawyer, a librarian, a candy factory general hand, a bank temp and an English teacher and not necessarily in that order Some might call that inconsistency but I call it grist for the writer s mill.



10 thoughts on “A Madness of Sunshine

  1. says:

    Nothing, there s nothing It s like she vanished into thin airAnahera was born and raised in Golden Cove seaside coast of New Zealand The land is wild, beautiful and savage and deadly When Anahera was a teen, a tragedy occurred one that haunts the residents to this dayThey never found the missing hikers, did theyAnahera left her hometown swe


  2. says:

    The Madness of Sunshine by Nalini Singh is a 2019 Berkley publication As a reader of romance, Nalini Singh s name is recognizable to me, and I have seen her books reviewed by some of my GRs friends However, I m not into fantasy romance novels featuring angels and demons, or changelings, so I ve never read any of her work However, when I saw t


  3. says:

    Sunshine.That s what she was.Sunshine.Bright A thing of life A thing that could burnA Madness of Sunshine ships you to a remote town on the edge of the world, where even the blinding brightness of the sun can t mask the darkness that lies deep within a killer.On the rugged West Coast of New Zealand, Golden Cove is a closed knit community, livin


  4. says:

    3.5 starsMadness of Sunshine started off as an easy, engaging read for me with that opening line that pulled me into the story right away The setting here is vividly written and Nalini Singh really knows how to pull that right into the plot making this a fascinating story because of that Things did start to go a little sideways here for me with t


  5. says:

    Intensely character driven and held in an arrestingly deadly setting, this is a lingering read.Writing Characters Pacing Villain s Reveal s 1 2Full disclosure I ve been a long time fan of Nalini Singh She writes some of the most well written, beautifully plotted paranormal romances in the game As in, they re worthy of SFF labels but are tragically


  6. says:

    3.5 A wonderfully written atmospheric novel set along the coast of New Zealand.Anahera returns to her home in Golden Cove following the un timely death of her husband in London It s high time to put that tragic event behind her Hopefully, she can slip back into her old life, returning to a place where everyone knows and cares for her Easier said than


  7. says:

    Well consider me a lonely inhabitant of minority opinion world because I m really bummed about this The book had a good start, but then it took too long for something to happen and in the meantime there were way too many characters introduced It was getting difficult for me to keep track of all of them and their importance in the story I got some The D


  8. says:

    3.75 starsI m gettingandinto thrillers and want to add evento my 2020 tbr, so when I found out Nalini Singh was writing one, I got really excited about it.There were quite a few things I loved about this book.1 The story was set in New Zealand, and the author s familiarity with this country was obvious and also the part that grabbed me the most The langu


  9. says:

    A Madness of Sunshine, by Nalini Singh, places us in Golden Cove, a small New Zealand settlement, on the savage West Coast of the South Island Twenty nine year old concert pianist, Anahera Rawiri, is back, having married a wealthy man, at the age of twenty one, and living a life of glamour and luxury in London But her husband dropped dead, less than a year


  10. says:

    Have you ever been so caught up with the characters of a book that you miss you once you ve finished I have been walking around for a week trying to figure out what I ve misplaced, who I haven t contacted, what I ve left undone, only to realize that what I m missing are the people and places in A Madness of Sunshine What a marvelous story and even better cha


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