Review of Swans Landing by Douglas Quinn

Swans Landing (Webb Sawyer Mystery #3)
Douglas Quinn

On the outer banks off North Carolina, Web is enjoying a quiet life. That is trying to, a little mix up with his ladies and a visit from his friend, Sunshine.

Sunshine is worried about her mother, Isabeau she is not returning phone calls and seems to be missing. Its not secret that Isabeau is a recovering meth addict, but is this a drug binge or just a vacation ? Two weeks and Sunshine is worried.

With the help of Webb and his girlfriend Nan, they are out to find where Isabeau is. Isabeau's landlord and boss simply tells them she went on vacation, but her story sounds sketchy. While in town, Isabeau is found murdered. Needing answers these 3 are set to find them.

They run into a few speed bumps along the way and Sunshine is even kidnapped. The answers they find are scary and are hard to believe.

This was a very intriguing read ! One you will want to stick to the very end :) The author did a good job of leading you to new twist and turns.

5 stars

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