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Love my local authors!!! Aug 22, Odie rated it really liked it. Pleased with this book as I picked it up specifically as a local author choice. There was a bit too much reflection on the first book which I hadn't read but the story stood pretty well on its own. I enjoyed the detail and the setting as it was mostly familiar to me.
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I would read this author again and liked this book as a thriller. May 05, pattty rated it liked it. View 1 comment. Slow to start , but about the time I was going to give up the ghost it got interesting.
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Nov 15, Christopher Obert rated it it was amazing Shelves: friends , pear-tree-publishing , read Dangerous Shoals is the third book in the Jack Beale Mystery series of books. This book continues the story started in Changing Tides, the second book in the series. The Jack Beale books do not need to be read in order but I do recommend that you read book two and three in order to fully understand the story line. In Dangerous Shoals Jack and his girlfriend Max, while trying to enjoy a relaxing and romantic summer, find dangers from their past are resurfacing and bringing with them even more tro Dangerous Shoals is the third book in the Jack Beale Mystery series of books.
Some of his early books were very exciting, and straightforward. They usually contained a single story-line. The author does an excellent job trasitioning between the three sets of characters, and you can't wait to get back to the previous story.
The mystery moves along very quickly and you won't want to put it down. Living on the North Shore of Massachusetts seemed to make the entire experience even more exciting. I was able to visualize many of the sights where the action takes place. This would be an excellent gift to give to a friend during the Christmas season.
I can't wait for the next book to be released in this series. I can see several of the events that transpired in this book carrying over into another story. I was on the edge of my seat devouring this page-turning thriller! Tales and mystery from hundreds of years past make their way into the current-day lives of a couple running a quaint New England inn. When one is found dead, Jack and Max, of course, find themselves in the middle of the action.
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I couldn't put the book down until I found out who did it, and, most importantly, if Jack and Max survive. With an insight into the human psyche and careful attention to detail, K. D Mason carries you to different worlds, and through the minds and motives of madmen and lovers.
He is back! Romance, friendship and a killer is on the loose. Anxiously awaiting the next one.
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