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  • Good story with unconvincing main character.

    Stephanie Queen, ‘Beachcomber Investigations’, book 1. As an Hidden Gem ARC reader I received this book for free. And promised an honest review. Here it is. English isn’t my first language. Sorry for errors. Rating: 3,5 stars (of 5). In general: Good investigation story with unconvincing main character. Main characters: - Dane Blaise. Officer at State Police headquarters on Martha’s Vineyard near Boston. He’s in love with Shana his ex team mate. - Shana George. Dane’s ex-colleague and ex lover. Promoted to another police unit. She still has a crush on Dane. Dane and Shana are working together again when she’s temporally detached to Dane’s team to protect a computer genius who was almost killed by a sniper. Stephanie Queen describes how the killer and his bosses are finally arrested. The plot of the story is OK. However the end wasn’t a surprise to me, for during the story there were enough signs which persons could be the offenders. The description of Dane’s character didn’t quite convince me as credible. He’s afraid to have Shana in his team because his feelings for her obstruct his functioning as a cool, ruthless and experienced investigator/bodyguard. But he’s angry at the man who promoted her to another job and when she rejoins his team, he - the cool, experienced leader - thinks about her like he’s a teener with a crush on a girlfriend. And the experienced teamleader accepts a young, innocent pizza delivery boy as a co-operator of his unit during a dangerous mission. These limitations in credibility constituted a bit an obstacle for this reader to get me completely involved in the story notwithstanding the well constructed plot.

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