It's a New Year - a movie company filming at the Beach has lost its female lead and asks Joe to find her; Skip has skipped and June is upset; it's hard times romantically for the Billy Ray and Natalie couple; the two Bobs ask Joe for a favor; Dingleman asks CHIPs to help him solve a cold kidnap case; Zed is taken captive; a new romance comes to light in the Holiday home; Another romp in paradise!
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About the Author
I was born and raised in Toronto. I attended Upper Canada College before taking a degree at Queen's University. I have worked as a lifeguard for the Toronto Harbour Police, a youth worker for the Toronto YMCA, and an English teacher in Lakefield. I am married with two great daughters and an extended foster family. My interests include Maple Leaf hockey - this is our year - New England Patriot football and writing.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Al Rennie still rocks!! This author has the ability to keep your attention in a series, which is not an easy thing to do. I finish each book looking forward to the next one. Doc has become one of my all time favorite characters. Each predicament that lands in his lap is a well researched hairball that makes you truly wonder how this author can know this stuff and still walk around as a free man. Al Rennie has developed and fine tuned each character in this series to the point that we feel as though we really know them. There are many layers to this series...razor sharp wit, compassion, respect, disrespect, children issues, marriage issues, family dynamics, violence, current events, moral issues, and this is just naming a few. As I have advised in previous reviews, if you have yet to read this series, now is the time to begin! Just be sure and begin with the first book of this series. Al Rennie, you have still got it!!! Now hurry up and get the next one out!!