Stranger at Sunset by Eden Baylee

Dr. Kate Hampton is a psychiatrist and

has an eidetic (photographic) memory that can assess a patient with descriptive words from the first three initials of their first name. Kate accepts an invitation from friends Anna and Nolan Pearson owners of Sunset Villa Estate in Jamaica for professional help with travel reviewer Matthew Kane who panned their vacation villa in the magazine, Travel in Style, without his knowledge. Kate being gifted with the eidetic memory at an early age and in a scientific study at seventeen years old has sharper skills as an adult using her educational prowess after arriving in Jamaica and meeting Matthew for the first time, ultimately deciding upon the words Maladjusted, Awkard, and Tantrum-thrower for his particular case.

When Matthew Kane disappears on the island for several days, the police interview the owners, guests, and staff receiving adverse comments concerning him and his negative personality and self-centeredness.

Eden Baylee has written an exciting and suspenseful novel about a psychiatrist who has her own ideas in handling sticky situations in an unusual manner with persons who are contemptible and arrogant. The novel has an interesting storyline and main character that does not disappoint regardless being a tad bit slow in certain areas of the book. The novel is enjoyable and well worth the read to add to your bookshelf and gifting opportunity. Ms. Baylee is also releasing a follow-up novel with Dr. Kate Hampton entitled A Fragile Truce and I cannot wait to read what happens next in the life of this unusual doctor.

I received this book from the author and Masquerade Tours in exchange for an honest opinion in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission guidelines.


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