Mystery on the Bayou – Infuse Your Afternoon with Intrigue and Suspense (Book Review)
Mystery on the Bayou by Linda Weaver Clarke is a fun book with several surprises. Honestly, I read it in one sitting on a Sunday afternoon because it is an engaging, well-written story that moves the reader at a comfortable pace. If you like intrigue and mystery, this is a must read.
The freshly married Amelia Moore and Rick Bonito are nearing the end of their honeymoon when they take a job to find an adopted son that may have a life- threatening condition. Stealing a line from the book, “Well, we have a missing boy, gang members, a murder, a kidnapping, and Tom’s kayak floating down the bayou.” And that’s just for starters.
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As a young boy at family gatherings, I recall listening to the men after a meal. The opinions around the subjects of politics, car brands, hippies, and rock n roll filled the room with energy like aromatic smoke from a pipe. But, when the story telling began everyone found a seat or patch of floor. We sat for hours absorbing the stories, fact or fiction, that shaped who we became and it strengthened our imaginations. Fifty years later I know that a world without imagination would be pretty boring.
Winter’s Thief is the first of a four book series. Soft cover books available at your favorite Internet bookstore, or at the website www.AndeanWhite.com. The e-book version is available at Amazon.com.