Wildlife photographer Gunnar Wolfe looked like the kind of guy every man wanted to be and every woman just plain wanted, and the St. Johns River of central Florida drew him like a magnet. EcoTour boat owner Maggie Devlin knew all the river's secrets, including the deadliest ones found in the swamps. But neither Maggie nor Gunn was prepared for the danger that would come after them on two legs.
On a quest to make history photographing the rarest birds of them all, Gunnar hires the fiery, no-nonsense Maggie to canoe him into the most remote wetland areas in the state. He was unprepared for how much he would enjoy both the trips and Maggie's company. He soon realizes he wants more, but before he can win her over, they make a grisly discovery that changes everything, and turns the quiet little town of Riverbend upside down. A serial killer is on the prowl among them.
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
I would definitely recommend this book to a friend. I thought this was rather a unique read with two strong threads, one a romance and the other a series of murders, running through it. The author did a marvelous job of keeping the me on the edge of my seat throughout this book and also tied up all the loose ends beautifully at the end
What other book might you compare Swamp Ghosts to and why?
I can't think of another book that is quite like Swap Ghosts because of the two strong threads namely, romance and serial killings. If I had to compare it from an excitement and fast paced thriller point of view to another audible book I have recently listened to I would choose Frankly Speaking by Don Massenzio.
Have you listened to any of Melissa Williams’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
I haven't listed to Melissa William's before but my thoughts are as follows: I listened to the audio book of Swamp Ghosts and I really enjoyed both the book and the narrator. The narrator’s voice perfectly complimented the story and really added to my enjoyment of this book.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
A unique story with a two strong threads, one a romance and the other a fast paced thriller.
Any additional comments?
A great read that I would highly recommend.