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Brian is a master at developing his characters and you really feel as though you personally know all of the key players - must have a pint with them next time I am in Liverpool. Sad about Andy Ross (Brian Porter!) being an Everton supporter, but I suppose we are all aloud a few errors of judgement!
Read this book! Read all four of Brian's books and keep pestering him to write more (two are in the pipeline)!
Porter has introduced a sharp new “foreign” detective character to temporarily work with his team of detectives after two of his men are shot. The new character adds a whole new expectation for future stories in this series.
All through the reading, I felt the frustration of the detectives as the suspense mounted. Like other stories in this series I enjoy reading them for their British flavor. Then too, stories in this series aren’t confined to Great Britain alone. The author finds him or herself experiencing other cultures and espionage. In the end all those frustrating clues that went nowhere came together in a grand crescendo.
I enjoyed both the excitement and the frustration, as a good story should make a reader feel. I highly recommend A Mersey Mariner by Brian L. Porter. In fact, I recommend the entire series.
Porter expertly develops the plot using elements of nautical fiction as a dynamic. Izzie Drake becomes a focal character as we consider the isolation of a ship at sea and one’s dependence on fellow navigators in dealing with the whimsies of nature. She and Sofie are perceived as the weak links, though their cunning allows them to transcend challenges throughout the storyline. It seems ironic that Izzie finally gets engaged in this one, almost as if she has reached her emotional port of call. There’s lots that readers will appreciate as the nuances of the relationship between Izzie and Andy are almost subliminally explores.
How does he do it? Pick up a copy of A Mersey Mariner by Brian L. Porter and find out for yourself. And, bon voyage.
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In A Mersey Mariner, Liverpool’s Specialist Murder Investigation Team, led by Detective Inspector Andy Ross, are called in when a dead body is found...Read more
If there are ten stars in the Amazon review system, I would gladly give it. What a marvelous involved mystery.Read more