Friday, February 4, 2011

The Rivers Run Dry by Sibella Giorello

Finally a great FBI character and story set in the Seattle area!
Special Agent Raleigh Harmon is transferred to Seattle because she doesn't play the bureau politics game.  A female hiker goes missing and Raleigh is in the middle of it.
Giorello has done a great job with the development of Raleigh as a character with quirky relatives.  Giorello has the setting right.  Now living in Washington State, Giorello describes the state's western and eastern areas well. 
This was a rewarding read for a Pacific Northwest reader. 
It's available at Sno-Isle Library.  I've already requested the sequel.

Thomas Nelson Publishers, 321 pages.

1 comment:

Sibella Giorello said...

Joan, so glad you enjoyed the book. Here's to seeing the great Pacific Northwest, both through words and photographs. We live in stellar country, don't we?

Thanks for reading,