To be honest, I had some difficulty really getting into this book. The beginning is set against a very promising backdrop - a grandfather dying and a family with too many secrets reuniting at the old family home as he passes away. However, it's pretty slow-moving through the entire first half of the book, and I was often left wondering where, if anywhere, the story was going.
It seemed to me that the author tried to set up too many mysteries among the family members, without bringing half of them to any sort of resolution.
The last few chapters were satisfyingly action-packed and I couldn't turn the pages quickly enough, but truthfully getting there was painful and there were several times I was tempted to not bother finishing it at all. I have read my share of complicated and detailed novels that take some time to get into, but are well worth the wait; unfortunately I can't include Hunter's Moon in that group.
Thank you to Bethany House Publishers for providing me with a free copy of this book to review.