Review; One Blood by Graeme Kent

In search for more books to both the Cloak and Dagger Mystery Challenge and Literary Voyage Around the World Reading Challenge, I ended up reading One Blood by Graeme Kent, where the setting is at the Solomon Islands.

Description from Goodreads
Sister Conchita has assumed reluctant command of a run-down mission in the Solomon Islands. The group of three elderly sisters currently there are rumoured to have 'gone native', and Conchita tries to grapple with these eccentric insurgents and the secrets they are keeping when an American tourist is murdered in their mission.

My Thoughts on the Book
It was fun revisiting Sister Conchita and Seargent Kella (I've read Devil-Devil earlier) and I love how the author indirectly points out some of the issues with colonialism. In addition, this story has several layers to it, so it's not like it turns out to be a bland storyline.


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