A Pale Reflection (Adam Kaminski Mystery Series, #5)

A Pale Reflection (Adam Kaminski Mystery Series, #5)

by Jane Gorman

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Overview

Hurt by betrayal and reeling with doubts about his own judgment, Detective Adam Kaminski seeks a safe harbor on a pleasure cruise to Bermuda. But Adam's not the only passenger using the crew to escape from his past.

The calm of his vacation is shattered when crew discover the brutally murdered body of a wealthy passenger. Adam and his partner are convinced by the ship's captain to help with the investigation, leaving Adam's sister Julia to focus on further developing her skills in photography. The victim was a powerful patriarch on a family vacation, but Adam soon learns he had more enemies than friends. While every move the detectives make unearths more motives and more suspects, Julia knows the truth is often revealed in candid shots and captured glances. Exposing the bonds that connect the victim and his family to his homeland of Russia reveals darker connections and shadier activities—activities that challenge Adam's sense of justice and place his sister squarely in the killer's frame. Now Adam must catch the killer before the boat docks, without compromising himself or becoming a pale reflection of the man he thought he was. 

Product Details

BN ID: 2940155548348
Publisher: Blue Eagle Press
Publication date: 07/01/2018
Series: Adam Kaminski Mystery Series , #5
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 342,162
File size: 277 KB

About the Author

Jane Gorman is the author of the Adam Kaminski mystery series. Having worked as an anthropologist, a diplomat and a park ranger, Gorman turned to mysteries as yet another way to visit new worlds and meet new people. 

Gorman's books are informed by her international experiences, both as an anthropologist and through her work with the U.S. State Department. She has previously published in the field of political anthropology, negotiated international instruments on behalf of the U.S. government, and appeared on national television through her efforts to support our nation's cultural heritage. Her books are each set in a different city or town around the world, building on her eye for detailed settings, appreciation of complex characters, and love of place-based mystery.  

She lives in Cherry Hill, NJ, with her husband, who loves traveling even more than she does and has a voracious appetite for life, two cats who are very picky eaters, and a Pointer-Hound mix who wants nothing more out of life than to eat the cats.

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