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Publisher's Summary

Surfing in Hawaii can be fame, talent, and...murder.
Poised to win the prestigious Triple Crown of Surfing, Maui surf star Makoa Simmons washes up tragically dead. Detective Lei Texeira plunges into a high-profile case whose dark and tangled motives reach deep into the elite world of professional surfing on the North Shore of Oahu. Lei must follow her instincts into new territory even as husband Michael Stevens struggles with heartbreak of another kind.
©2015 Toby Neal (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
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Critic Reviews

"Another fantastic mystery featuring Lei Texeira and the wonderful, deftly drawn characters populating the Lei Crime Series. Toby Neal just keeps getting better, and Rip Tides is my new favorite." (Emily Kimelman, author of the Sydney Rye Mystery Series)
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5 out of 5 stars
By I♥2Read on 10-02-16

Keeps getting better & better

Rip Tides (Lei Crime Series Book 9) continues the personal stories of Hawaiian police detectives-- Lei Texeira and her husband Michael Stevens -- as well as the latest homicide case in which a surfing star has drowned under suspicious circumstances.

I can't get enough of Lei, Michael and their extended family. Narrator Sara Malia Hatfield enhances the experience with her wonderful performance, capturing the characters and the island dialect.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Thomas on 07-13-17


Interesting plot but not a page turner.

Too many side issues detract from the main storyline and don't add anything substantial.

The performer's voice is indistinct and often hard to understand, especially when doing male voices. When she does her gravel voice male characters with Hawaiian accents, she is almost impossible to understand.

Would not recommend it in audiobook format.

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