By John Keyse-Walker
“Sun, Sand, homicide by John Keyse-Walker is a winner. it really is written with the coral readability of a Caribbean atoll, and inspires an edgy rhythm that matches the protagonist, Teddy Creque, and his absolutely actual area, the Virgin Islands.”—Randy Wayne White
After slightly surviving the 1st felony research in residing reminiscence at the sun-drenched British Virgin island of Anegada, Constable Teddy Creque has spent the earlier six months attempting to climate the aftermath, and movement on together with his lifestyles. Now, with a merchandising and a medal of honor, he’s newly dedicated to the task. So whilst a tender lady dies in a shark assault off the coast of a neighboring island, Virgin Gorda, Teddy is worked up to aid whilst Deputy Commissioner Howard Lane orders him to seize the man-eater. but if Teddy arrives on Virgin Gorda, he starts to suspect there has been human foul play concerned, too.
After all, the sharks round the idyllic island aren’t recognized for attacking people, and there are a few oddities on the scene. regrettably, whereas Teddy is confident that the woman’s demise wasn’t unintentional, now not everybody at the island takes kindly to his meddling, and he’s compelled to be inventive in his pursuit of justice. In strange territory, and along with his sole witness a silent baby who communicates in unorthodox methods, Teddy needs to earn the belief of the reserved citizens of the touristy island, tangle with a loquacious parrot, and stick with the clues which would lead him at once into the trail of a killer.
John Keyse-Walker, the winner of the 2015 Minotaur Books/Mystery Writers of the US First Crime Novel Award, has written one other taut, witty secret that might preserve readers mesmerized from the outlet web page to the lovely conclusion.
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