Dead in the Water (Welcome Back to Scumble River)
The first book in a brand new series featuring New York Times bestselling author Denise Swanson's beloved Scumble River setting and characters, Dead in the Water is a gripping mystery that won't let you go until you've turned the last page. A twister, a kidnapping, and a murder―oh my! Scumble... show more
The first book in a brand new series featuring New York Times bestselling author Denise Swanson's beloved Scumble River setting and characters, Dead in the Water is a gripping mystery that won't let you go until you've turned the last page. A twister, a kidnapping, and a murder―oh my! Scumble River may never be the same.For school psychologist Skye Denison, there's certainly no place like home. When a violent tornado devastates her small hometown of Scumble River, she can't see how the community will ever recover―especially since town councilman Zeke Lyons appears to have perished in the twister.But things get even worse for Skye when her police chief husband, Wally, disappears in the midst of investigating Zeke's death, and evidence arises pointing to foul play. Did Zeke really die in the storm, or was he murdered? And could Wally be next on the criminal's hit list?
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Publish date: 2017-09-05
Publisher: Sourcebooks Landmark
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
This one looks at a murder that happens during a tornado that destroys most of the town of Scumble River. The mayor has all city positions frozen, so no new employees can be hired in any position. He is not known as an ethical mayor and he is also the uncle of Skye. She is the school psychologist an...
I don't know how this happened, but this is my first book by Denise Swanson. I see her books everywhere.I am glad to say that I really liked this read. I sped right through and the ending had my heart beating very fast. Especially when the tornado was hitting everywhere, and I mean everywhere.Good c...
This was an enjoyable and easy read. The characters were likable and the mystery kept me guessing. It's interesting how evil can be hidden beneath such a benign looking surface.I would definitely read more in this series.Reviewed for Affaire de Coeur magazine. http://affairedecoeur.com.