Waiting on Wednesday 08/25/21

Waiting On Wednesday” is a weekly meme that first originated at Breaking the Spine but has since linked up with “Can’t Wait Wednesday” at Wishful Endings now that the original creator is unable to host it anymore. Either way, this fun feature is a chance to showcase the upcoming releases that we can’t wait to get our hands on!

Mogsy’s Pick

Sea Storm by Andrew Mayne (March 29, 2022 by Thomas & Mercer)

The new Underwater Investigation Unit series by Andrew Mayne is getting really good, and I was excited when the synopsis was finally revealed recently. A cruise ship disaster and an incoming tropical storm? Sounds pretty awesome. What do you think?

“An explosive conspiracy sets the ocean roiling for a deep-diving investigator in a riveting thriller by the author of the Amazon Charts bestseller The Girl Beneath the Sea.

A distress call draws rescuers Sloan McPherson and the Underwater Investigation Unit to a cruise ship off the coast of Fort Lauderdale that’s sinking from a mysterious explosion. When it appears to be the work of an ecoterrorist and other ships are threatened, it becomes a race against time. More clues are discovered, and evidence is in danger of being washed away by a coming tropical storm. Sloan grows concerned that key details are being ignored, and a strange lack of urgency by authorities sets off alarms.

As the troubling questions compound, Sloan is determined to chase down every lead she has. Her persistence is getting her closer to the truth: that there’s something far more troubling at play than the official explanation. It’s also putting Sloan on a collision course with an enemy more powerful than she realizes, in a case so complex and deadly it may be impossible to prove. Now cracking the case is a matter of staying one step ahead of someone with every resource imaginable to bury Sloan and everything she knows.”

 

12 Comments on “Waiting on Wednesday 08/25/21”

  1. Not sure why, but before starting this series I decided to start the Jessica Blackwood series. So far I’m enjoying it, just as I did the entire Naturalist series. I’ve no doubt I’ll try the Underwater series at some point. 🙂

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    • Hey, it’s probably a better idea to start with an author’s earlier books and work your way chronologically through to his new ones anyway! Besides, his new book Mastermind is apparently a Jessica Blackwood/Theo Cray crossover, so reading the Jessica Blackwood series is probably the right thing to do and it’ll give you an advantage! 😀

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