Mike Hughes has a B.S. degree in Marine Biology. He is a PADI Master Instructor, IANTD Advanced Nitrox Diver and has been diving over 33yrs. He is the author of The Northwest Dive Guide by Harbour publishing in 2009, and The North America Dive Guide in 2013. He has bee a travel editor and contributing writer for Dive News Network for more than 10 years and has more than 400 dive related Youtube videos under mike hughes scuba, and is the creator of The Dive Shop Song.
To Kill A Diver: A Murder Mysteryby Mike Hughes
While the murder may be fictional, Bruce Higgins Underwater Trails in Edmonds, WA is the largest volunteer diver constructed and maintained underwater park on the
Clues and evidence discovered at an underwater park in the Puget Sound of Washington State lead divers and police officials to the conclusion that the accidental death of a diver was no accident at all.
While the murder may be fictional, Bruce Higgins Underwater Trails in Edmonds, WA is the largest volunteer diver constructed and maintained underwater park on the west coast. The backgrounds on the local sea creatures will bring new divers up to speed quickly on cold water species, and hopefully the information will be found to be interesting to seasoned divers. Hopefully, this book is best read between dives, while crossing on a ferry, while on a live aboard vessel, before visiting the Puget Sound, or just when you feel like diving, but can't get the time off from the real world.
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A good premise for a murder mystery, but so poorly written it was tedious to read. One would have hoped a decent editor could have cleaned up the gramatical errors and run on sentences. It sometimes required re-reading portions in order to understand what the author was trying to say. Additionally, the translation to e-book format left a lot of mis-spellings (not the author's fault).