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Rising Fury: A Jesse McDermitt Novel (Caribbean Adventure Series Book 12) Kindle Edition
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great book in a great series! The bad guys come into what Jesse considers
his back yard, when a boat blows up, within site of his island.
That may have been the beginning, but Jesse will end it!
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Moral of the story... do NOT piss off Mr. McDermitt. This is #12 in this series and Wayne Stinnett does a wonderful job developing characters and leading us into the next in the series. A master plan I suppose.
this one is a must read as are all the others.
In "Rising Fury", Jesse sees a shrimp trawler explode in a very explosive manner, prompting him to dive the wreck and discover what appears to be a floating meth lab. Among the dead is the sister of Jesse's old flame, Savannah Richmond, who shows up to claim her sister's body with an eight-year-old who looks suspiciously like Jesse. Is he Jesse's son? Why was Savannah's sister on board a crack lab and who is the mastermind behind it all? Jesse and friends spend most of the book diving the wreck and seeking answers leading to an attack on Jesse's daughter's boyfriend which tips Jesse over the edge as he heads to a showdown confrontation that finally brings life to the story. While this book was less than fulfilling, I plan to read others in the series to get a broader view of the characters and back story. I suspect there is more to my liking than can be judged on just this one novel.
If you haven't read any of the earlier books in the series, it would be wise to do so. This will give you the back-stories on the many interesting characters that make up Jesse McDermitt's world both on and off his island in the Content Keys. As one cop said of Jesse: '... he is a very dangerous man' when riled .... and in this book, he does get riled.
I give it 5 stars because when I got it, I put everything else on pause and binged the whole book.