Fire on the Island by Timothy Jay Smith is an addicting, fun and thrilling ride around a small Greek village.
In this thriller, an FBI agent finds his way to a Greek island where fires keep happening. He is investigating why they are happening and who could have caused him. Along the way, he comes across local islanders and business owners trying their best to succeed and living their lives. He meets himself a fancy man who he begins to fall for, and who might not be who he says he is. Many other islanders face the same fate: there’s a priest who isn’t so saintly, a family struggling to keep their business afloat, an Albanian waiter who has lots of drama going on, and his new lover’s sister is trying to get with every man no matter the relationships she ruins for them along the way.
This book is WILD. I was instantly stuck to it and truly intrigued about the ending. It took a bit for the entire story to piece itself together, but when it does it’s absolutely marvelous. I can easily say this is one of my top 2020 reads. I couldn’t put the book down!
There are some difficult topics in this book, like suicide and rape. Reader beware – this book doesn’t go too crazy into these topics, but they are still there. The mystery and romance is much more in the fore front.
On another note: This book is LGBT friendly! Huzzah!
Overall, this book was excellent! I’d highly recommend picking this book up if you love mystery and suspense with a dash of romance.
Five out of five stars.
Thank you to Timothy Jay Smith and NetGalley for a free copy of this book in exchange of an honest review.
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