Gone-Randy Wayne White

Gone

Randy Wayne White

Putnam, Sep 4 2012, $25.95

ISBN: 9780399158490

 

In Florida, the squall sent strong fisherwoman Hannah Smith hustling her two wealthy clients to safety though Lawrence Seasons questions how she takes him and his companion New York attorney Martha Calder-Shaun to safety.  Mr. Seasons asks Hannah to meet with him for lunch to discuss a case involving the other work she “inherited” from her late uncle.  He says his niece Olivia sort of disappeared as none of her family knows where she is though she calls every two weeks to the executor’s office as required by her trust.  When Hannah asks what if his niece does not want to be found by him; he responds if she signs one legal document she gains control of $90 million.  Finally Mr. Sessions explains he believes Olivia is living on a boat off the west Florida coast.

 

Though no longer a sleuth as that line of work failed to pay the bills and is normally boring, Hannah agrees to search for the missing niece as her fishing client makes an offer she cannot refuse; besides her strong sense of right coaxes her to insure Olivia is okay.  She begins her search for Olivia finding clues that make Hannah wonder if the heiress was not voluntarily hiding.

 

With Doc Ford taking a respite though referred to, fans will appreciate tall, big and strong Hannah as she  proves she is a super fishing guide and a not by the book investigator.  She makes the storyline work though the support cast adds depth with diversity.  Fans will enjoy Hannah making waves as she intimidates people with her size and her take no prisoners attitude while searching for the missing heiress.

 

Harriet Klausner

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