BOOK REVIEW: WRECKERS' KEY
Travel the waters off Florida's coasts and visit the streets of Fort Lauderdale and Key West with Seychelle Sullivan, owner and operator of the tugboat, Gorda. Seychelle has taken her tugboat to Key West to bring back a multimillion dollar yacht. Seychelle's friend Nestor Frias was captain of the yacht Power Play owned by Ted Berger. Nestor's wife Catalina was a beauty and pregnant with the couple's first child. Nestor confided in Seychelle that he doubted the wreck of the Power Play was accidental. Soon Nestor met with a tragic accident.
Seychelle has her hands full trying to help Nestor's wife, get the Power Play towed as agreed, and try to discover if Nestor's suspicions were correct and if his accident was in reality an accident.
Wreckers' Key is a book that is full of suspense. Seychelle has a family of interesting friends who all pitch in to help her figure out the mystery of not only the wreck of the Power Play but the many other wrecks that seem to be occurring. Seychelle copes with trying to help Catalina and fight a pending law suit which is the result of one of Gorda's previous towing jobs.
I enjoyed Wreckers' Key and would recommend the book. Some references are made to previous Seychelle novels and I think they would be interesting reads. Seychelle takes her dog, Abaco, on the tugboat with her and he seems a very well-trained patient friend to Seychelle.
REVIEWED BY PATRICIA REID
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