But now, as Nestor is about to start school, she is questioning her decision to try to raise the boy. Whatever made her think she had any parenting skills? Her adopted son calls her Seashell instead of mommy. She’s refusing to marry BJ because she’s convinced he will leave her eventually. And she’s terrified of joining the PTA.
Then, on a hot morning in June, she raises a wrecked fishing boat from the waters of a Florida swamp, only to make a horrifying discovery. She hadn’t meant to get involved, but this time murder found her. The police are calling it a cold case, but when Seychelle learns the victim was Grace, the sister of her mechanic, she cannot turn her back on the sweet teenage girl who went missing months earlier.
The search for answers takes Seychelle from an opulent yacht bound to do missionary work in the Caribbean, to a religious commune bordering on the Everglades, to a yacht race in the Bahamas’ sunny Abaco Islands. Can she stop the killer from murdering again without endangering herself and her family along the way?
About the author
Christine Kling has spent more than forty years messing about with boats. It was her sailing experience that led her to write her suspense series about Florida female tug and salvage captain Seychelle Sullivan. The first novel in her Shipwreck Adventure series, Circle of Bones takes place in the Caribbean, Dragon’s Triangle, the second book is set in the South China Sea, and Knight’s Cross continues the adventures of Riley and Cole in the Mediterranean. Christine and her husband Wayne, along with Barney, the Yorkshire Terror and Ruby, the Wonder Dog, are living a nomadic life as they design and build their next boat.