BOOK REVIEW: DEEP SEA DEAD
A very light-hearted read that takes Pauline Sokol, a private investigator, on a cruise ship to investigate a fraud involving the ships medical crew. Pauline was a registered nurse earlier in her life but she got “burned out” and tried the “PI” work. When the ships insurance company discovered the fraud probability, Pauline decided to again dress in her medical whites and investigate.
Pauline is a funny, abnormal PI, in that she does things HER way! When she arrives on the ship, she finds too many of her own family are on board, as well as some friends. She wanted some privacy to perform her work, something she will not have with so many she knows being there to help (?) her solve the crime.
There is murder, much mischief, some love, some chases (yes, even on a cruise ship!), and so many twists and turns that when you thought you had solved the mystery, you really have not. You will have a laughing good time following Pauline and her family and friends on this adventurous voyage.
If you want a serious mystery, don’t read this. On the other hand, if you like mystery, fun, and laughter, this is a good book for you.
REVIEWED BY CY HILTERMAN
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