Clearwater Kiss Off

Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Their injuries have taken a toll but life goes on for Joe and Mia. Lola, the child Samantha was trying to adopt has been kidnapped and Joe turns to brother Frank for help. His scheme to recover Lola puts Frank into a jam with the dark side. Joe and Max are under the gun and Billy Ray finds himself in big trouble again. The bad guys come for Mrs Thornberry's head. Just another crazy day in paradise

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About Al Rennie

I was born and raised in Toronto. I attended Upper Canada College before taking a degree at Queen's University. I have worked as a lifeguard for the Toronto Harbour Police, a youth worker for the Toronto YMCA, and an English teacher in Lakefield. I am married with two great daughters and an extended foster family. My interests include Maple Leaf hockey - this is our year - New England Patriot football and writing.

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Donna VandenBroek reviewed on on Nov. 3, 2013

Clearwater Kiss Off is another great book by Al Rennie. I have thoroughly enjoyed each and every one to date and I look forward to the rest in this series. I hope he keeps them coming. I am about to start book number seven in the life and times of Mia and Joe. I have no doubt it will be another winner!

Donna VandenBroek
(reviewed 42 days after purchase)
Merle Felger reviewed on on Nov. 1, 2012

Great book and series. But, this book was way too short. I will continue to read all of the clearwater books, as Joe, Mia and their group of friends make for a great read. I hope the books continue on for Joe and Mia.
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)
Lyle Bond reviewed on on Oct. 30, 2012

Excellent read. If you are a first time reader of this series
you would be better served to start at the beginning. Love Joe & Mia and all the others in their lives. Was disappointed there were only 150 pages in this book. Think Al might of rushed it some.
(reviewed 24 days after purchase)
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