The Statfire Breeze steams its way north toward the Gulf of Alaska, buffeted by crisp sea winds blowing down from the Arctic. Like it or not, the burden of investigating a heinous crime is once again on Beau's shoulders. I can't really find anything wrong with this book, but I just didn't enjoy it as much as I thought I would. About the only reason to read this mediocre story might be to shake yourself up about how much our world has changed. One of the reasons I enjoy reading this mystery series is that the stories are set in and around Seattle, familiar territory for me, but this book takes place on the cruise ship and in Alaska so that local place recognition wasn't a factor. Good: A book that has been read but is in good condition.
You and Janet Evanovich have become my estrogen champions. The majority of pages are undamaged with minimal creasing or tearing, minimal pencil underlining of text, no highlighting of text, no writing in margins. Jance is a local author and it's alway fun to read about local places. Very minimal damage to the cover including scuff marks, but no holes or tears. We suspect Jance wrote this book under some sort of pressure -- maybe a tough deadline or something. Lars which is Beau's sponsor jumps right in to help the poor couple so Lucy can get out and do some things on the cruise.
It also might help Beaumont finally come to terms with the reason he was no longer employed as a Homicide Detective for the Seattle Police Department. Many a lonely night has been filled with the comfort of a well-written mystery starring Seattle's best and brightest detective. Beaumont seemed very familiar, like maybe I have read some of this series before. I thought the story line about J. I was hoping to add another author to my list of reliable reads. Beaumont books, but this one was a bit of a disappointment. No Muslim extremists, no security on cruise ships or their stops, no smartphones, iPads or Google, even internet is minimal.
As the ship moves slowly amidst the icebergs, Beau finds out that there's a lot hidden under these particular waters. I was hoping to add another author to my list of reliable reads. So whether itching to heap Birds Of Prey: A J. But there is no escape here in this place of unspoiled natural majesty. This is several books into a series about Seattle police detective J. While on board ship he learns of some potential criminal activity and becomes involved in discovering the perpetrators. At first he didn't want to interfere but then saw the logic of their asking.
This story is about a retired police officer on an Alaskan cruise with his grandparents. Is it just a coincidence as both claim that Margaret and Harrison are on the same cruise ship? Beaumont suddenly finds himself submerged in a terrifying conspiracy that, if allowed to proceed unchecked, could have disastrous consequences, not only for Beau and his shipmates, but for the future of the world they all hope to return to. But there is no escape in this place of unspoiled natural majesty. A simple look at a dictionary would have told you that you've created a contradiction in terms! The ending was just a bit abrupt, but perhaps she is leaving some developments for the next book. You navigational itemize Birds Of Prey: A J.
How adorable is that, really?! Or that Margaret is doing her best to seduce one of her husband's patients, who in turn has a crush on the good doctor's daughter? My first thought though was that the book gave me the impression of a 1930's or 40's noir movie. I thought how could this possibly be interesting, but Jance manages to wrap this up into a nice story. Although Birds of Prey was readable, I found it a bit simplistic for my taste. Some great Red Herrings keep the reader on their toes, which I enjoy. Beaumont Novel pdf, in that complication you forthcoming on to the show website. But death is everywhere, even at sea. I still enjoyed the story, but I felt like the attention to detail was lacking a bit.
But the story was interesting and J. It really is another world. Born in South Dakota and brought up in Bisbee, Arizona, Jance lives with her husband in Seattle, Washington, and Tucson, Arizona. This was fun and suspenseful but I had a tough time with Beau's ladies man persona that he takes on. Since this book is a long ways from the beginning of the series I would have expected more character development.
The characters seemed one-dimensional and underdeveloped. Beaumont mystery novels since 1985 with Until Proven Guilty. Jance and especially her J. All that being said, this is a fun book to read and to listen to on an audiobook. I decided to listen to it since J.