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A car is found crashed on a beach in the Canary Island resort of Fuerteventura. In the trunk is a cardboard box containing the body of an infant - no one knows his name, and there is no trace of a driver.

The last thing Fuerteventura needs is a murder. The island already has half-empty bars and windswept beaches, and the local police are under pressure to abandon the investigation.

But longtime islander Erhard, who sees more than most people, won't let the investigation drop - and he has nothing to lose. He has severed ties with his wife and child in Denmark and has cut himself off from the modern world.

Can an old man who knows nothing about mobile phones, the Internet, or social media possibly solve a murder in the modern world, especially one that stretches far beyond the sandy beaches of Fuerteventura?

©2016 Thomas Rydahl and K E Semmel (P)2016 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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A very odd book

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This was an odd story. The plot was not very plausible & the ending was predictable. A car floats to shore after falling out of a shipping container & then washes up on the beach. What?

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  • 07-12-17

Dull

Length about three times more than the plot justifies. Implausible and ordinary. Do not bother