DEAD IN THE WATER by Denise Swanson
If you can suspend credulity and don’t mind at least one cliché per page, this frothy mystery is a fast read good for a lazy afternoon. More laws are broken than you can shake a stick at (even by the police).
The characters are mostly stock, but are likeable – except for the biker bad guys who have a heart of gold. The conversations are stilted, but good hearted.
There are only chaste love scenes. The bad words are limited to “geez” and “f***” (yes, there are stars in the print).
The audience this is written for will love every word – but it is not my cup of tea.
3 of 5 stars (This review managed to contain more clichés than some chapters.)