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Dangerous Waters
by Laurey Bright Silhouette

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 0373273355

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards

Review

Dangerous Waters may be labeled a romance, but it is really a mystery in disguise. Any reader who likes a mix of mystery, romance and thriller will enjoy this book. Rogan Broderick returns home to attend his father's funeral and becomes convinced that his father's death wasn't the result of a mere brawl. As he begins to ask questions, he finds other clues that he may be right in spite of there appearing to be no real motive. Camille Hartley came to meet with Barney Broderick, only to find herself in time to attend his funeral. Then she learns she is mentioned in his will. What starts out as a simple matter of straightening out her affairs becomes a complex situation involving her new friend, James Drummond, and the Broderick brothers. Danger and villainy are rife throughout this fun read as Ms Bright weaves a tale that will fascinate any reader. A thoroughly enjoyable read that will keep you turning pages. Highly recommended by this reader and I hope to read other books by Ms. Bright.

 

 
 

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