Fire on the Island by Timothy Jay Smith (Book Review #803)

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Fire on the Island is a crime mystery drama set in Greece. It is the fourth published novel by the author, and it begins with an arsonist who burns a village down by blowing it up. Nick, a Gay FBI agent, comes in to investigate the fires and to discover the reasons behind it.

At first, you may find things confusing or complicated, but as the story goes on, the book becomes a wild adventure filled with twists, sideline stories, mystery, and romance. There are also topics of rape and suicide included that may be a trigger for some. 

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Another notion worth mentioning is that the book is LGBT friendly. I found this matter and the overall storytelling to be suspenseful and different.

The literature was written well and had a steady pace to it. The perspective of the story is what stood out for me.

The protagonist had a very compelling personality, and that drew in more interest for me to read on. The work embarked on a fun journey, and I recommend it to anyone who likes to read dramatic fiction tales.

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