by Sandy HusebyJuly, 1999
Fantasy Island On a mist-shrouded island off the coast of Cornwall, time has been kept at bay for seven centuries. But when Jack Knight pursues the perpetrator of a London crime that left a woman dead and his best friend clinging to life, the modern world invades like a strike force in The Island, by Jill Jones.
The community of Dragoners has kept old traditions alive isolation, arranged marriages, old ways of healing. Keely Cochrane shared her friend Genny's yearning for freedom, but when that yearning leads to Genny's murder, she's torn between the safety of her traditions and the wonders of life Jack introduces. A magical escape into a realm steeped with legend. Sandy Huseby writes and reviews from her homes in Fargo, North Dakota, and lakeside near Nevis, Minnesota. She is online at SHuseby@aol.com.