The Mourning Islands by Douglas Wells. I loved this book. Its fast paced and full of emotions and action. Its the story of Talmon Bonnett who has just been released from the hospital after the Battle of Mogadishu in Somalia. He has been suffering from PTSD but can usually contain it. He is hired by a wealthy couple to spy on Rusty Wing who has just built Mourning Island’s new resort. He puts himself right in the middle of Rusty’s circle, getting to know Rusty’s sad fiancee, his Cuban First mate Santos and Marlene, Rusty’s sexy sister. Talmon gets to know Marlene very well after he falls in love with her and his lies about why he is really there threatens all those relationships. In this book the good guys and bad guys tend to blur the line. Talmon is so confused because he has come to really care about these people but he also wants to do his job. There is action, suspense, mystery and twists right and left. This book left me emotionally spent! I loved it! Read The Mourning Islands to find out if Talmon survives this wild tale!
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