REVIEW: Riptides, Wrath and Murder is the 3rd installment of the Crystal Coast Case Series by A.M. Ialacci. I love this series. It is such a delight to read.
I couldn’t wait to begin this book to see what her characters were up to. They’re people who truly care for one another. Allie is the main character who is a private investigator and has a brother on the autism spectrum named Ryan. Ryan has a girlfriend named Frankie with autism as well. They’re so cute! Allie has boyfriend named Mike. She is friends with the Police Chief named Charlie and his wife Shelia. These are all people I would like in my life.
I’m looking forward to more installments of this series. Is you like mysteries, intrigue and likable everyday characters, this book is for you. Grab yourself a copy, a cup of coffee and curl up in your favorite reading spot because you’re in for a treat!
I received a copy of this book from the author for a fair and honest review. Thank you!
SYNOPSIS: She wanted sun and surf. The waves gave her a wet corpse. It’s been all work and no play for PI Allie Fox since moving to coastal North Carolina, and she’s in desperate need of a relaxing day at the beach. When a dead man washes up on the sand, Allie can’t help but examine the body. Everyone says local surfer Ebbie Watkins was a nice guy, and the police are ready to call it an accident. But Allie isn’t convinced. Then Ebbie’s estranged son hires her to take the case, and she begins to unravel the victim’s darker side, uncovering a trail of bitterness, deceit, and wrath. Allie tracks down every lead only to come up empty. When she is attacked, she must face her own vulnerability in order to find the killer in their midst before he strikes again. Riptides, Wrath, and Murder continues the story of the Crystal Coast Case series. If you like Melinda Leigh, Lisa Gray, or Claire McGowan, you’ll love A. M. Ialacci’s gripping story of sun-drenched murder.