Book Review-A Killing Tide (Columbia River Thrillers Book 1) -P.J. Alderman | Miki's Hope

Book Review-A Killing Tide (Columbia River Thrillers Book 1) -P.J. Alderman

Friday, March 26, 2021

Kaz Jorgensen is called by her good friend to come back home--there is something going on with her brother and Kaz may be the only one he will talk to. He says nothing--just stay out of it--like she is going to do that especially since they are trying to pin a murder on her brother which Kaz knows he is not capable of doing.

There is non stop action as Kaz attempts to first find her brother who is hiding out somewhere. Her long time acquaintances are not talking and she has a fire fighter who is keeping tabs on her. Their boat is set on fire--and an employee is found dead on board. Things go from bad to worse until finally the fire fighter begins to see her point of view.

There is a massive conspiracy going on which when it is revealed will shock you! This is definitely a book you want to read if you love mystery and action!

About the Book: (from Amazon)

Where there's smoke...

Kaz Jorgensen is used to fear--the anxiety of negotiating treacherous currents as she captains her family's fishing trawlers, the terrifying nightmares of the day she almost lost her life on the river. But now a man is dead, an arsonist has set the Anna Marie ablaze, and her brother is missing.

There's fire...

Michael Chapman knows how to take the heat--as the new fire chief of Astoria, Oregon, he's dealt with more than his share. No way can he afford to get involved with the sister of a suspect. But the scorching attraction between him and Kaz burns out of control, and when someone takes a shot at her, his protective instincts kick in. Whatever happens, he can't allow another woman to die because of him.

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About the Author: (from Amazon)

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author P. J. Alderman has spent more than two decades in the Pacific Northwest port towns that inspire her romantic thrillers and mysteries. Her contemporary Columbia River thriller, A Killing Tide, was a RITA finalist and recently climbed the charts to stay on the New York Times and USA Today bestselling lists for eight weeks.

Alderman's Port Chatham cozy mysteries are based on the history of one of the Pacific Northwest's most notorious port towns. Also bestsellers, these books take readers on a journey back in time to a lawless nineteenth century waterfront, blending history, murder, and present-day supernatural sleuthery.

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