What he saw, and did, on that holiday proves to have far-reaching consequences; not only for himself, but also for those closest to him.
In Germany, uncompromising Frankfurt detective, Otto Netzer, is leading the manhunt for a brutal serial killer who preys on heavily-pregnant women…
Neither Calum, nor the killer, yet realise that their destiny lies in the hands of a mythical creature who resides beneath the turquoise waters of the Andaman Sea.
Kevin’s description is rather bland considering how well Kinnara is written. His intimate knowledge of Thailand is showcased in a fascinating way. I feel like I have spent time in Thailand on a wonderful holiday. The people, their customs, foods and mores are intimately detailed! The three stories seemed ever so unlikely to cross, that I was anxiously waiting for the intersections that had to be coming! I was surprised, delighted and shocked at different stages of this tale.
The characters, major and minor, are appropriately built and seem quite real. The action and effects are very believable, fortunately some things are left to the imagination.
I found no spelling errors! Totally amazing for this hyper-speller. I did find a couple of typographical errors and there was a little too much head hopping in a few places.
Because of great writing and wonderful descriptions I give this book 4.8 of 5 stars! A wonderful read anytime, even better in dreary weather! I hope he writes more.
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