In Apalachicola, Florida, sinister things are afoot, as sinister things tend to be.
Lt. Maggie Redmond is called to a crime scene on St. George Island, where she is met with the body of Gregory Boudreaux. The medical examiner calls it a suicide, but no one knows that Maggie has a horrible connection to the dead man.
When Gregory's uncle, Bennett Boudreaux, the richest and scariest man in town, takes a sudden interest in Maggie, people start to wonder, Maggie included. Maggie knows he may suspect her of killing his nephew, but she finds herself slowly drawn to the man.
As Maggie fights to help a young girl escape the clutches of a volatile drug dealer who'd love to see Maggie dead, she also struggles to hide her dark link to a dead man, and her burgeoning relationship with her boss, Sheriff Wyatt Hamilton.
Unfortunately, secrets have a way of revealing themselves at low tide.
©2015 Dawn Lee McKenna (P)2015 Dawn Lee McKenna
Dawn Le McKenna did a nice job of crafting this book. The characters were well written and believable. I always enjoy stories with strong female protagonists. Ryan Kennard Burke did a nice job narrating this book. I look forward to the next in the series.
I am a long haul owner operator truck driver, listening to audio books has been a salvation for me.
I liked the book, the narrator not so much. I'm used to narrators that can and do enough inflection in their voice , you can tell the difference between males and females, one of the main characters is female and this narrator makes her sound like a guy. It's a shame. because the book is good.
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