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Dangerous Depths

Dangerous Depths

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Trying to save an endangered species doesn’t normally target one for extinction. But homicide detective Hannah Sampson has her doubts when Elyse—her close friend and neighbor—dies from a fiery boat explosion. The local police believe she committed suicide. But Hannah knows that Elyse—a staunch environmentalist—was too dedicated to

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Trying to save an endangered species doesn’t normally target one for extinction. But homicide detective Hannah Sampson has her doubts when Elyse—her close friend and neighbor—dies from a fiery boat explosion. The local police believe she committed suicide. But Hannah knows that Elyse—a staunch environmentalist—was too dedicated to preserving life to take her own. But if Hannah is going to hook her friend’s killer, she’s going to have to chart her own course—and make sure that her deep sea forensics don’t get her in way over her head…

EDITORIAL REVIEWS

"Fast-paced thriller…that explodes onto the opening page. By the end of the first chapter, Brandt’s heroine is breathless and the reader is hooked."
--Diver Magazine

“A plunge into intrigue. Brandt is in her element as underwater sleuth.”
--The Denver Post

“White-hot writing, a charismatic heroine and crackling tension flawlessly merge in Brandt’s latest Underwater Investigation. Plus, her crisp depiction of the British Virgin Islands lends lush atmosphere to this suspenseful story. Police diver Hannah Sampson is smart, skillful and independent. But her independence makes things difficult when her best friend is seriously injured in a boat fire. Hannah’s the only person on the island who believes the fire was a murder attempt. Clues lead to dead ends, but
Hannah knows she’s onto something. Threats against her own life reinforce her gut instinct and push her toward a risky resolution.This richly plotted mystery is as satisfying as finding buried treasure.”
—Romantic Times Magazine

“Beginning in Swimming With the Dead, and then Dark Water Dive, Brandt introduced Hannah Sampson, an independent and spunky heroine who, not coincidentally, hails from Colorado. Her special talents, aside from a quick, sometimes raw wit and a bulldog-like curiosity,include diving. While the storylines in Brandt’s books are compelling and the plots, filled with murder, pending murder, and intrigue, keep the pages turning, it’s really her special gift for atmosphere that has kept me reading. Her latest book, Dangerous Depths, is no exception. I will say that Brandt continues to grow as a writer and her heroine, Hannah Sampson, emerges as a more fully developed and complex character. And, as much as I like Sampson, I enjoy the descriptions of the British Virgin Islands even more, particularly the detailed evocations of diving that can almost make you taste the regulator in your mouth.”
—Springs Magazine

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940151901987
Publisher:
Kathy Brandt
Publication date:
05/01/2015
Series:
Underwater Investigation
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
183,154
File size:
397 KB

Meet the Author

WALKS ON THE MARGINS: A STORY OF BIPOLAR ILLNESS Author Bios Kathy Brandt is a published author who taught writing at the University of Colorado for ten years. After her son, Max, was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, she became active in mental health issues. She was on the Board of Directors of the National Alliance on Mental Illness in Colorado Springs (NAMI-CS) for six years, and served as President. In 2012 she received the NAMI National Award for her outstanding service to the organization. She is currently the NAMI-CS liaison to the Mental Health Court in Colorado Springs. Kathy has published four novels with the Penguin Group. She has a B.A. in English and an M.A. in Rhetoric. She lives in the mountains of Colorado. Max Maddox has a BA in philosophy from Grinnell College and an MFA from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, where he was nominated for the Joan Mitchell Award and received the Fellowship Trust Award. He has exhibited his work in galleries including The Slought Foundation, The Print Center of Philadelphia, and the Ellen Powell Tiberino Memorial Museum. He was the preparator, photographer, and curator at the Sun King Gallery and Pyramid Museum in Philadelphia and also assistant to artist and curator Richard Torchia, Director of Arcadia University Gallery. He now lives in Colorado where he teaches and continues to pursue his career in art.

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