Book Review: ‘All The Colors Of Night: A Fogg Lake Novel’ By Jayne Ann Krentz

by | Dec 31, 2020 | Books | 0 comments

The second novel in Jayne Ann Krentz’s new series Fogg Lake is another thrill ride, that continues the mysterious story of Fogg Lake and the Foundation. It’s also got romance and mysterious secrets that will fuel the series going forward.

North Chastain has a unique gift that helps him track down psychic criminals for the Foundadtion. And now it’s gotten personal as someone has attacked his father and he is barely hanging on. North has health issues himself as his abilities seem to be slowly fading away. He’s sent to Seattle and teams up with Sierra Raines and they try and track down a mysterious artifact that was responsible for his father’s condition. It eventually takes them to Fogg Lake and they figure out what it did to his father. Sierra also figures out what’s going on with North and it looks like there’s a traitor in the Foundation. North and Sierra also get close and with danger right around the corner, they have to band together to stop the bad guys. And by the end more questions are asked than are answered.

You can pick up All The Colors Of Night in stores on Tuesday, January 5th from Berkley.