Daily Review: A Cold Tomorrow by Mae Clair

If you enjoy haunting legends, mingled with suspense and mystery, you’ll want to read the Point Pleasant Series!

Where secrets make their home…

Stopping to help a motorist in trouble, Katie Lynch stumbles upon a mystery as elusive as the Mothman legend that haunts her hometown of Point Pleasant, West Virginia. Could the coded message she finds herald an extraterrestrial visitor?

According to locals, it wouldn’t be the first time. And what sense should she make of her young son’s sudden spate of bizarre drawings—and his claim of a late-night visitation? Determined to uncover the truth, Katie only breaks the surface when a new threat erupts.

Suddenly her long-gone ex-boyfriend is back and it’s as if he’s under someone else’s control. Not only is he half-crazed, he’s intent on murder….

As a sergeant in the sheriff’s office of the famously uncanny Point Pleasant, Officer Ryan Flynn has learned to tolerate reports of puzzling paranormal events.   But single mom Katie Lynch appears to be in very real danger—and somehow Ryan’s own brother, Caden, is caught up in the madness, too.

What the skeptical lawman discovers astounds him—and sends him into action. For stopping whatever evil forces are at play may just keep Katie and Caden alive…

Mae Clair

Amazon Review

By Debbie Peterson

Author Mae Clair is a master when it comes to blending mystery, myth, and local folklore with the perfect amount of suspense, thrills, and chills. Having read A Thousand Yesteryears, and thoroughly enjoyed it, I couldn’t wait for A Cold Tomorrow. I was not disappointed. Indeed, I couldn’t put it down.

A Cold tomorrow focuses on Katie Lynch and the unexplained phenomenon that seems to have followed her from childhood into adulthood. Incidents involving phantom sheriffs, men in black, UFO’s, and an ageless being in the guise of the dashing Mr. Evening. We have a healthy dose of the Mothman too—a creature that won my heart as well as my pity in A Thousand Yesteryears. In A Cold Tomorrow, he anchored himself a little deeper as the story revealed even more about this intriguing creature.

The romance between Katie and Sergeant Ryan Flynn is sweet and I found myself rooting for this couple every bit as much as I did Caden and Eve in the first wonderful book of this series. If you enjoy haunting legends, mingled with suspense and mystery, you’ll want to read the Point Pleasant Series! I highly recommend it!

Amazon Review

By Jan Sikes

In this sequel to the first book of the Point Pleasant Series, A Thousand Yesteryears, Mae Clair takes us on a fast-paced adventure.

Katie Lynch stops to help a motorist in trouble and gets more than she bargained for. Mysteries began unfolding all around. A coded message, a policeman that vanishes into thin air and unexplained phenomena galore set the stage for A Cold Tomorrow.

We met the famous mythical creature, The Mothman, in the first book of the series. But, it is becoming almost as much of a character in these books as are the people. Mae gave us a glimpse into the creature’s mind when it is wounded and Caden is able to communicate with him.

All the characters in this story captured me. The two brothers, Ryan and Caden, both in law enforcement – rugged and good looking, Katie Lynch, a single mom raising a son, Eve Parrish, owner of the famed historic hotel, Sarah who loves digging around in archived historical records, and even Katie’s renegade mom who really comes to life and redeems herself in this novel.

Mae does an exquisite job of weaving this story with lots of unexpected and unpredictable twists and turns. Giving the reader a deeper look into Indrid Cold and Evening Lach, and their connection to the Mothman, only adds another dimension to this story.

If you like a great mystery with a lot of adventure and a little romance thrown in, you’ll love both of Mae Clair’s books in the Point Pleasant series. Looking forward to the third book!

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