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Murder Dives the Bahamas (Cinnamon Greene Adventure Mysteries Book 2) Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 2972 KB
  • Print Length: 209 pages
  • Publisher: Sea Scenes (November 3, 2013)
  • Publication Date: November 3, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00GG2DWO2
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Bonnie J. Cardone is the author of the Cinnamon Greene Adventure Mysteries. The three books in the series, The Bride Wore Black, Murder Dives the Bahamas and Murder Dives the Caribbean, are available in the Kindle Store and as paperbacks on Amazon.com. Short stories that feature Bonnie's series characters were published in the mystery anthologies, Last Exit to Murder and Gone Coastal.

Certified as a scuba diver in the 1970s, Bonnie wrote more than 900 articles and published thousands of photos during her 22 years with Skin Diver Magazine. She also authored two books, Shipwrecks of Southern California and Fireside Diver, and was the principal photographer for Diving and Snorkeling in Southern California & the Channel Islands. Currently she's a freelance photojournalist who writes a monthly column on marine life for California Diving News.

In 1999, Bonnie received both the Women's Scuba Association's Women Diver of the Year Award and St. Brendan Corp.'s California Scuba Service Award. She was one of the original inductees of the Women Divers Hall of Fame and is a member of the California Wreck Divers Hall of Fame. In 2009, she was awarded a NOGI for the Arts by the Underwater Academy of Arts and Sciences.

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I enjoyed the first book in this series but really had a hard time finishing this one. The diving scenes and interaction with the Dolphins which is at the beginning of the book were interesting and good but that was it. The mystery of the deaths of two people on the boat was handled very badly by police and also by Cinnamon not passing evidence on to them. The reasoning of the death of one of them was absolutely ridiculous IMO. The personal aspect takes up quite a bit of the story and did not make for a good relationship. I had really liked Danny before but came to dislike him quite a bit in this book by the selfish self-centered way he treated Cinnamon. He was mad at her for her belief in the murders & her job as a forensic photographer. He pretty much ignored & avoided her for days with no communication on what was bothering him and she still sleeps with him without getting any answers! Cinnamon pretty much let her ex husband walk all over her (that was the only draw back to the first book) and she's letting Danny do the same. I don't know if I'll read the next.
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I didn't thing that much of this book. I am a boater and a lot of what was going on in the boat didn't seem to me that real or believable. The characters, at least to me, were boring. They ended up being way to intertwined by the time the story ended to be real live people! I did finish the story, didn't take long to read (maybe a day) --- and, didn't fall asleep so maybe a skin-diver would enjoy it more then I did! I really enjoyed how the two bottle-nosed dolphins brought the missing person back to the boat and how they intermingled with the people.
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After enjoying the first of the Cinnamon Greene Adventure Series, The Bride Wore Black, I was looking forward to the next book in the series, Murder Dives the Bahamas. I was not disappointed. The story opens as a group of scuba divers are on a live-aboard boat in the Bahamas in the midst of a storm, but this was not the most critical issue at that point. One of the divers had disappeared sometime during the night. As the story unfolds, that missing diver was not the only mystery to occur! Cinnamon Greene, one of the divers on board, is a land and underwater photographer. As a forensic photographer for her local police department, Cinnamon has developed some sophisticated observation skills which lead her into uncovering some very suspicious activities and characters. The author, Bonnie Cardone, uses her writing skills to keep us guessing right up to the last chapter. Ms. Cardone has an easy-to-read writing style. She describes the characters and the various settings so that the reader can easily visualize them. And, she does this without overburdening the reader with too much detail. She has made Cinnamon a likeable character who is tenacious and refuses to back down when she suspects that something is awry or wrong. With mystery, romance, dolphins, and vivid descriptions of underwater and on land scenes, the author keeps the reader entertained. While some of the scenes take place aboard the boat and underwater, most of them take place on land as the story develops, so there is enough to entertain all readers. I recommend that you also read The Bride Wore Black, so that you can follow the adventures of Cinnamon.
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Murder Dives the Bahamas is a fast-paced “who done it” centered on a group of scuba divers. The murder occurs while diving on the Grand Bahamas Banks, but the action occurs in and around Santa Barbara, California. Bonnie Cardone writes from the first person perspective of her heroine – protagonist, Cinnamon Greene. Perhaps it was the marine setting, or Cinnamon’s persona, but as I followed Cinnamon, her lover, Danny, and her father, I was constantly thinking of the Seychelle Sullivan series of mysteries authored by Christine Kling. While the storyline was enhanced by my familiarity with both the Bahamas and the Santa Barbara – Channel Islands area, you do not need to be a diver, a photographer, or a Californian to thoroughly enjoy the story.

The writing is crisp and the dialog is staccato. This style fits the narrative, giving the reader an eBook that is hard to put down – I read it in about two days. Bonnie has authored a number of other books and I am planning on putting several onto my Fire to enjoy on an up-coming trip to dive Indonesia.

I hope you enjoy Cinnamon and her friends.
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As a SCUBA diver and amateur photographer this book had me reliving many topside and underwater adventurers in Southern California. I found myself visualizing faces of real fellow divers with the characters so aptly described in this book. I honestly had so many different people pegged for the murder of Tom and as the book evolved, I kept changing my mind. The story keeps you guessing. It is a fun "who dun it". I look forward to reading the next book in the Trilogy and hope that the too-good-to-be-true Tony plays a bigger role!
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As a former diver and keen underwater photographer, I enjoyed this book - being the first I had read on my kindle/iPad.
I liked the dolphins retrieving the body and her explanation for this and other diving related features of the book - reading about the victims log-book for example. It was a real mystery and I couldn't guess the culprit.
I did find the relationship between Cin and her boyfriend unsatisfactory but she needs to be available for the next book!
I look forward to reading about her adventures in the future.
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