It’s summer, and with a new job, a new life, and plenty of time for her music, life couldn’t be better for Logan. She and her daughter, Amy, home from Africa, even rescue an orphaned sea otter pup. They help nurse it back to health at Jasper’s fledgling Sea Otter Center. But more than one person lays claim to the gorgeous stretch of coastal property upon which the center is built. All want it badly—but for very different reasons. Soon, storm clouds begin to swirl around the center, threatening the lives of all who enter. When Logan arrives to start her shift, she makes a tragic discovery. One of her talented young students, also a volunteer, has been coldly murdered. Just steps away, Logan finds another victim, the owner of the center, barely alive. As the most powerful coastal storm in decades grows ever more violent, Logan’s worst fears are confirmed. The center’s Zodiac raft is missing. So are Amy and the baby sea otter. Neither are equipped to survive the storm. Pulling out all the stops, Logan enlists the help of friends in the small town of Jasper she calls home, racing to rescue Amy before the killer or the storm take her daughter from her forever. Only love, trust, and community have any chance of stopping the killer, before more lives, including Logan’s own, are lost.
If you enjoy books by Elly Griffiths, J.A. Jance, Nevada Barr, Louise Penny, Sue Grafton, C.J. Box, James Patterson, or Alexander McCall Smith, you will love fiercely independent and loyal Logan McKenna!
~ AMAZON ~
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A self-admitted book addict, Valerie was the kid with the flashlight under her pillow, reading long after lights out. A life of travel led to degrees in Anthropology and a pervasive interest in people. She lives on the Oregon coast with her husband, John, and their new puppy, Finn. When not working on her latest book she is probably in the kitchen, cooking up a storm for family and friends.