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What better way to spend a Friday?
Today’s featured book is a review book called The K-Frost Caper, by James Blakley.
The late January sky melted into pink and orange air that flickered below increasing layers of lavender clouds. When the last drops of daylight finally dripped into the Atlantic, the vast ocean shimmered like one big sapphire.
56: “Perhaps a demonstration of my harmonious blend of extra sensory insight and real world awareness will convince you, Ms. Nightcrow?” Burroughs closed his eyes and reached for something unseen.
Blurb: A cold case heats up when Kelvin Frost, believed to have drowned in Alabama, returns from the dead to apply for more life insurance. Or has he? When a body-a dead body-identified as Kelvin Frost, turns up in Miami, murder complicates matters. Enter Luna Nightcrow, the insurance fraud investigator whose “smartphone never sleeps.” After recovering a valuable Cherokee relic, Nightcrow accepts Charmed Life Mutual Insurance’s offer of $50,000 to sniff out and close down the K-Frost Caper. But it won’t be easy with so few leads or clues. That doesn’t surprise Luna. After all, when is the last time anyone saw Frost … in Miami?
What do you think? I’m intrigued….I hope you will come on by and share your own features and links.