Book Review: Deadly Undercurrents by Riley McKissack

Deadly Undercurrents by Riley McKissack

September 7, 2015

Mystery, Thriller, & Suspense/Women Sleuths

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BLURB

A missing sister brings Kelly Tolver to the remote South Pacific island. Who can she trust? And what has happened to her sister? Is the dangerously sexy owner of the island resort dangerous in a more real sense? Romantic suspense with a gothic twist. The ocean that surrounds the South Pacific Island of Atua is a beautiful liquid that conceals danger. Sinclair Delacroix is the seductive owner of the lavish South Pacific Island resort. His attractiveness might conceal a dark and dangerous side. Can Kelly trust him to help find her sister? Or is he the real threat on this beautiful and secluded island?

 

BUY LINK

Amazon

 

 REVIEW

Reviewed October 9, 2015

Well-paced and easy to read, Deadly Undercurrents covers my three favorite elements: suspense, romance, and mystery. Riley writes beautiful descriptions that enable the reader to visualize the island as if you’re there in person. An enjoyable read.

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Riley McKissack has worked for many years as a journalist. Cornered gunmen, cop killers, a bomb going off in a domestic terrorism incident, Riley has covered it all. Riley has spent years chasing stories involving every type of bad guy and cop imaginable, including FBI, Homeland Security, homicide detectives and arson investigators. Riley sponged up the drama, tension and danger on SWAT operations, hostage negotiations, drug busts and countless other dangerous situations. That passion and drama spills out onto the pages of Riley’s novels, along with the personal stories behind the men and women who stand between danger and the people they love.

Website:  http://www.rileymckissack.com/

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/riley.mckissack

Twitter: https://twitter.com/RileyMcKissack

 


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