Red Surf

Red Surf Private Investigator Leah Ryan is on a much needed vacation A week in Bass Bay Maine Nothing but sun sand and relaxation No missing people No murder No stress But an hour into her vacation Leah alm

  • Title: Red Surf
  • Author: Tracy Sharp
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 162
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Private Investigator Leah Ryan is on a much needed vacation A week in Bass Bay, Maine Nothing but sun, sand and relaxation No missing people No murder No stress.But an hour into her vacation, Leah almost swims into a dead girl Shark bites on the victim indicate a horrific shark attack, but closer inspection of the remains suggest that sharks aren t the only predatorsPrivate Investigator Leah Ryan is on a much needed vacation A week in Bass Bay, Maine Nothing but sun, sand and relaxation No missing people No murder No stress.But an hour into her vacation, Leah almost swims into a dead girl Shark bites on the victim indicate a horrific shark attack, but closer inspection of the remains suggest that sharks aren t the only predators in Bass Bay.As the bodies of young women wash up on the beach, Leah is about to find out that murder doesn t take a vacation.Red Surf is the 4rth in the Leah Ryan thriller series, and mixes humor with nail biting suspense.

    • Free Read [Music Book] ë Red Surf - by Tracy Sharp ✓
      162 Tracy Sharp
    • thumbnail Title: Free Read [Music Book] ë Red Surf - by Tracy Sharp ✓
      Posted by:Tracy Sharp
      Published :2019-08-24T09:35:28+00:00

    About "Tracy Sharp"

    1. Tracy Sharp

      Tracy Sharp grew up in a small mining town in Northern Ontario, Canada, where there wasn t much for her to do except dress warmly and write spooky stories to scare herself silly Tracy now lives in Upstate NY with her family.

    445 thoughts on “Red Surf”

    1. I listened to this book so I really felt that I was with the character which made it much more riveting and exciting. I loved the relationship between Leah and Jackson. It was a book that you really weren't sure who did the crime until the very end. I also learned a lot about sharks. Great writing! Now I want to go back and read book 1-3 in this series.


    2. Shark alertNever have liked swimming in the ocean so thank you for reminding me why. This was a great mystery, I couldn't figure who was the bad person til the very end. Wow, some ending. Keep writing about Leah and Jackson.


    3. This was a pretty good read, especially since I picked it up purely for the fact that it had to do with sharks and I haven’t read the other books in the series yet. The writing and characterizations are fairly simple, but not what I would call juvenile, so it makes it an easy read. The shark behavior in this book is fairly portrayed, which honestly surprised me because I’ve read shark books by so called shark experts that are full of inaccuracies (or just plain silliness), so it was refreshi [...]


    4. "Private Investigator Leah Ryan is on a much needed vacation. A week in Bass Bay, Maine. Nothing but sun, sand and relaxation. No missing people. No murder. No stress. But an hour into her vacation, Leah almost swims into a dead girl. Shark bites on the victim indicate a horrific shark attack, but closer inspection of the remains suggest that sharks aren't the only predators in Bass Bay. As the bodies of more young women wash up on the beach, Leah is about to find out that murder doesn't take a [...]


    5. At first it’s typical… a private detective treats herself to a vacation & you just know she’s going to be sucked into trouble – whether she joins the investigating team in an official or unofficial capacity…. The action and drama quickly unfold though as several men (some creepy) are interested in her and she just keeps finding bodies. A trouble magnet, like your typical mystery genre-PI, however a different take than many of the typical offerings of the genre.I found most of the i [...]


    6. Good bookI enjoyed reading this book. The author made it difficult to figure out who the murderer was until the end. Lots of nuts and a lot of action.


    Leave a Comment

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *