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Summary

A rash of killings threatens “the way life should be” in Downeast Maine.

The Downeast region of the Maine coast is known for its independent, hard-working people, its picturesque settings - and its seafood. But behind the thousand islands, the countless miles of coastline, and the postcard scenery, bad things are happening in Acadia National Park.

Kendra Hale, fresh off a dangerous assignment in Miami, is brought in by the FBI’s Special Projects Group to assist area law enforcement in their investigation. Though she’s drawn in by the friendly people, good food, and beauty of the area, her investigation places her in the crosshairs of a serial killer.

Filled with the action, adventure and seaworthy settings you’ve come to expect in best-selling author Steven Becker’s books, this new series promises not to disappoint.

©2020 The White Marlin Press (P)2021 The White Marlin Press

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  • 30-03-21

Entertaining, spot on...

The storyline is very engaging with many interesting marine and aeronautical facts and details. The events unfold in a part of the state I know well. The descriptions, landmarks and characterization of local folk is spot on. Can’t wait for Book 2.

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