Don't Turn Your Back On The Ocean
By Janet Dawson
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Published: Jan. 08, 2013
Words: 114,470 (approximate)
Even private eyes take vacations - but this one isn't turning out the way Oakland detective Jeri Howard had hoped. It's more work than play, especially when murder enters the picture.
"Dawson's suspenseful story builds momentum like an ocean wave. Readers are advised to dive right in." Publishers Weekly
“Mother/daughter feuds, family solidarity, an ecological mystery: Dawson blends these familiar ingredients with a chef’s élan.” Kirkus Reviews
Even private eyes take vacations. So Jeri Howard heads for Monterey for some much-needed rest and relaxation.
Some vacation. Some sicko is mutilating pelicans. Her mother’s fancy restaurant is being sabotaged. And Jeri's cousin Bobby is the number one suspect when his girlfriend’s body washes ashore on the rocks near Big Sur.
It’s never a good idea to turn your back on the ocean.
, private investigator
, rogue wave
, environmental crimes
, sneaker wave
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