Saturday, December 2, 2017

DEAD IN THE WATER by Denise Swanson

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.)

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