Beachcomber Gone (Beachcomber Investigations Series Book #9) by Stephanie Queen – Review by Angela Hayes

Beachcomber GoneBeachcomber Gone by Stephanie Queen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Beachcomber Gone is the ninth book in the Beachcomber Investigations series by
Stephanie Queen. This is a romantic detective series with mystery, suspense, some drama, action, intrigue, danger, set-ups, and more… This story could be read as a standalone, but I would recommend reading some, if not all the other books, just to get a better understanding of these wonderful characters, their backstories and everything they’ve been through to get them to this point.
Another brilliant instalment from Ms. Queen. There really is so much to love about this series and characters, and I have become quite emotionally invested in Shana and Dane’s lives- all the while following them on their investigations/adventures and trying to unravel everything and piece it all together as it all plays out.
I never tire of Ms. Queen’s stories, and she manages to pull me in each and every time with her addictive plots and descriptive style. Her attention to detail makes the stories come to life in a very realistic and believable way. The characters are complex, a little quirky and entirely endearing. Ms. Queen always delivers, and this book is no exception!
As Dane and Shana look to take their relationship to the next level, they travel to Australia so Dane can meet Shana’s family. But with these two, danger is never very far away. So, before the first chapter has even ended, Dane and Shana find themselves thrown headfirst into a case that will test them on every level. With set-up, old cases and enemies coming back to haunt her- the action, tension, conflict and danger had me on the edge of my seat. Can they find a way out of this predicament, or will this be the case that breaks them?
Another brilliant Beachcomber novel. I love catching up with these two characters and their stories just seems to get better and better as the series progresses!

Thank you, Ms. Queen!


Reviewed by @angelahayes

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