The Girl Beneath the Sea (Underwater Investigation Unit, #1)
by Andrew Mayne (Author), Susannah Jones (Narrator)
New to me author that I picked up because of the glowing reviews of a goddreads friend, along the lines of „guilty pleasure“. My usual brain candy is romance or creature feature horrors, but why not! Added bonus: the main character, aka the titular girl beneath the sea, is a scuba-diving police officer in South Florida, dipping underwater for fornsic reasons. I love all things underwater.
Ok, so she goes diving and finds a corpse that has practically been murdered and tossed in the water while our MC was down there. Her dad is a treasure hunter and her uncle is in jail for drug trafficking, so naturally she comes under suspicion right away. To save herself and solve the case, she has to team up with the police officer that arrested her uncle and wrecked her youth. What else could go wrong?
Nothing special, but entertaining enough for a long trip by train. I might even be tempted to pick up the next one in the series.
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Interesting. Glad it wasn’t a total bust. New authors and audios are always dicey 😀
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Underwater investigating sounds like a neat twist on the detective novel. I’ve never thought before about how that would change the entire process. I’m glad it was an entertaining book!
I might even read the next ine at some point, I’ll see. I am always looking for books that include diving or the deep sea etc.