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  • A thoroughly engaging investigative couple

    What a fantastic series. Dane and Shana are an amazing couple, well-matched in every way, especially given their familiarity with guns and their backgrounds. There are many twists and turns in their story, always with a mystery to solve. In Beachcomber Bride, Anatoly's convoluted family relations take some working out and it's a pleasure to meet some of those characters in a subsequent story. The series seems to abound with villains who are supposed to be upholders of the law but have been lured to the 'dark side'. I don't think Dane and Shana will ever look at either the FBI or the CIA with confidence again. There are also vengeful shadows from the past, both his and hers, who have a devastating effect on both Dane and Shana, individually and together. This is especially obvious in the way Beachcomber Reckoning ends but is also evident in Beachcomber Enemy. The supporting characters are ones that the reader gets to know quite well - it is a pleasure seeing the growth in Ronnie Ryan, from food delivery to the young man we see in Beachcomber Enemy and Beachcomber Bride, and seeing the development of his relationship with Sassie, a great pie maker if ever there was. The close knit group that Dane belonged to in his military life continues to back him up in his civilian life and they accept Shana into their group readily. Acer, Joe, Cap and Peter are so supportive towards each other so that the one who turns against Dane in Beachcomber Enemy comes as a real shock. There is also David who would have been Shana's boss if she had stayed where she was meant to be, rather than solving mysteries on a surf board. David, although he is Scotland Yard, is also supportive of Dane and Shana and their many adventures. Ms Queen's attention to detail is spot on - especially the details about Shana's family life in Sydney and the various places that are mentioned. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this series and seeing the growth and development of Dane and Shana's relationship over twelve books and three years. One bone of contention - I live about 60 km from Sydney's CBD. In The Beachcombers (book 1 in the series), Sydney is misspelled as "Sidney" (sic) the first five times it is mentioned. I can't believe this wasn't picked up.

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  • Beachcomber investigation

    I really enjoyed this series. I cannot give any more review, would recommend to other who like similar.

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  • Beachcomber Investigations

    Great story line. Couldn’t wait to read it every night. One of the best series sets I’ve read. Thank you Stephanie for the great work on this.

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