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Rick Waters, part-time detective and wannabe boat captain, has just solved the biggest case of his life and bought the yacht of his dreams. As he embarks on a journey to start a charter business in Destin and track down a lost treasure supposedly buried in the Florida Keys, a new mystery appears in the form of Emily, an attractive gray-haired woman who claims to have been kidnapped and had her appearance surgically altered. Emily has been accused of murdering her late husband, and she begs for Rick’s help to prove she is innocent.

Intrigued by the case, Rick agrees to help her find the truth about what happened to her. Emily is sure the people behind her abduction want to take credit for her work as a scientist. She claims she has developed a drug that may be the cure to mankind’s deadliest disease. The trail leads Rick from Florida to Grand Cayman and all the way to Switzerland, as he uncovers clues about the man Emily believes killed her husband and stole her drug. The skilled detective must prove who Emily really is and release her miraculous drug before the people who abducted Emily figure out he’s on to them.

©2021 Eric Chance Stone (P)2021 Eric Chance Stone

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Looking forward to many more!!!!

By Eric Chance Stone is a very good, very entertaining mystery worthy of your time and credit!!! This is book two in the Rick Waters Caribbean Adventure series. Book one is also Excellent and they do not need to be listened to in order.
In this book Rick Waters is approached by a woman claiming her identity was stolen along with the way she looked. It started to sound a little out there and bordered on unbelievable but I stuck with it. If you purchase this book just go with the story. In the end it all works out and becomes a completely believable story.
The series is narrated by Nick Sullivan who seems to have the voice for the Caribbean adventure type books. He also narrates for Wayne Stinnett as well as his own Caribbean dive series. If you haven’t listened to either of these , I would suggest both for many hours of great listening time.
This book is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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Wild tale!

VANISHING WATERS is a VERY creative and entertaining tale with a whale of a twist at the end. I'm not going to write a review but Shelley already has so read hers.

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Great Story Shadowed by Politics

Awesome story especially for a second book, and as always great narration from Nick Sullivan. Unfortunately the author felt like virtue signaling in this book which I never understood why authors do this as it will obviously upset half of their audience. For example, I highly doubt Rick Waters (the main character) who is a gun toting good ole boy from Texas feels uncomfortable in a neighborhood that is mostly white, yet the author feels the need to to explain how uncomfortable he is in multiple sentences. This ends up playing no part in the story and the book could have easily gone without it.

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One of the best books I have ever enjoyed

Eric crushed it with book two. Could not stop listening here is hoping book three is even remotely close. Thanks Eric!

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Unbelievable story all the way around

This story was so over the top unbelievable. I liked the character and narration previously, so I continued the book to it’s finale. Totally a disappointment !!

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  • Ian Nicholson
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Loved it.....

Loved it. What a brilliant 2nd novel. When we can fly, I aim to visit some of these locations. Keep em coming Eric 👍