DANCING ON GLASS
The danger and suspense feels real and exciting. Readers may relate to the strain between the main character and her family. The author uses imagery skillfully, which makes Dancing on Glass a compelling, page-turning read.
Annalise is in love and thinks she has found the man of her dreams in 1974 New Orleans. However, the charm she saw in Phillip is really a cover-up for his dark, sinister behavior. She finds herself in danger and in fear for her life. With her faith slipping and feeling as though her family members have turned their backs on her, she isn’t sure who to turn to. (B&H, Aug., 352 pp., $14.99)