“A taut, fast-paced thriller . . . Kling’s prose is strong and authoritative.”
–The Miami Herald
From harbors of Key West to the wilds of Biscayne Bay to the night lights of Miami, Kling’s tough-minded heroine has carved out a life that is uniquely her own. Now, in WRECKERS' KEY, the fourth book in the series, this fiercely independent woman is at a turning point . . . and in a dangerous duel with an unseen enemy.
Before Key West was the party capital of the Florida Keys, it was built by wrecking skippers who in feats of derring-do raced to shipping disasters to save valuable cargos from the ocean depths. But when a friend is killed, Seychelle begins to suspect a chilling scenario: that modern-day wreckers are causing yachts to crash onto the reefs–and killing off whoever gets in the way.
Seychelle's dear friend Nestor Frias was piloting a billionaire’s luxury power yacht on its maiden voyage when it ran up on a reef. A few days later, Frias was dead. His eight-months-pregnant widow Catalina is distraught, and a host of questions surround both Frias’s death and the ship’s accident. When Cat turns to Seychelle for help in proving Nestor was murdered, Seychelle embarks on a dangerous course through the shoals and channels of the case and her life, unaware that a greater danger is looming: a murderous human storm designed perfectly for her.
With its vivid, colorful characters and rich sense of sea and land, Wreckers’ Key is a brilliant addition to Christine Kling's fascinating, entertaining, and thrilling Florida mystery series.
Praise for Christine Kling
“Christine Kling’s novels just keep getting better and better. . . . She takes her readers on fast-paced tours of areas into which few writers have ventured.”
–Carolina Garcia-Aguilera, author of Luck of the Draw
“John D. McDonald would get a kick out of Christine Kling’s suspense novels.”
“Exciting . . . Kling is an author who bears watching. She clearly knows how to add texture and color to her narrative. . .”
–The Tampa Tribune
“Seychelle Sullivan fights off a very real array of land-based predators with a grit and determination that John D. himself would have cheered.”
–Les Standiford, author of Bone Key
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