doc ¶ Shark Bait Aristotle Soc Socarides Book 8 ´ Paul Kemprecos
Cape Cod has become the world’s hotspot for the Great White shark In growing numbers scores of the fearsome predators patrol local waters to hunt for their favorite prey among the crowded seal colonies But unlike JAWS where a shark terrorized an island community the beasts that have flocked to the shores of the world renowned summer resort have been good for business The spotter planes shark warning pennants beach closings and occasional seal kills have created an air of excitement rather than fear At lea Another strong story in the Aristotle series This is book eight and the series has not lost its magic Aristotle is still the worlds best fishermandetectivediver and now add show business to his already busy life As before friends and family from the series make an appearance Good plot and great job on the characters still who would think Cape Cod would have this much criminal activity?
Paul Kemprecos ´ Shark Bait Aristotle Soc Socarides Book 8 pdf
Shark Bait Aristotle Soc Socarides Book 8St that is until Kirk Munson is found dead in Cape Cod Bay and the suspected killer is a Great White named Emma Part time PI Aristotle “Soc” Socarides has been too busy trying to keep his charter fishing business afloat while attempting to avert a family crisis to pay much attention to all the shark fuss But when he and his faithful old pickup truck become collateral damage in what should have been a routine oyster poaching case he takes Munson’s place steering a boat for a film crew shooting a movie As with his previous stories Paul has created another fast paced plot Soc finds himself in trouble with criminals through no fault of his own After he loses his vehicle and his boat is already down due to engine problems he answers a call for a boat captain to work on a film setWhat could go wrong driving a boat while a movie is being made? As always problems seem to escalate when Soc is around I won't spoil the story so no about what happens However I must say once again Pauls' larger than life characters and riveting plot had me turning the pages far into the night I look forward to reading Soc's next adventurerecipe