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Out on her boat, Tenacious, on the beautiful Emerald Coast beaches - in an effort to recover from a tragedy involving her late husband, Marty - former Coast Guard officer Carla Harper discovers a strangled body that turns out to be her friend. Local real estate agent Crystal Mason was the wife of Dale, and the couple had spent many a convivial evening with Carla and Marty. Before she knows it, Carla is wading knee-deep in the investigation, in spite of the fact that she doesn't have law enforcement authority in Florida. Using her military investigations training, Carla works to clear Crystal's husband, Dale, from suspicion, with a trail of leads wending its way as far as Mexico to find out just what a wiry dockside dude knows about the circumstances. And when a tony local named Nicholas Dickson Price gets involved, the stakes become perilously high.
As Carla chases down leads, the bodies mount, and Carla herself becomes the target of break-ins and police acrimony. With her colorful mother, Jolie, and trusty four-legged sidekick, Molly, Carla musters the strength to sleuth out the real killer, all while grieving the loss of Marty.
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By Bluegrass Friend on 09-16-15
Thrilling and plausible mystery. Ms. Hatfield could consider writing for the Navarre and Puerto Morelos tourism boards after writing about Carla's next several adventures. Ms. Tenney skillfully brings Carla and the other characters to life. Excellent work!
By Nathalie Valley on 09-04-15
Entertaining and showcases the U.S. Coast Guard!
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Yes. It would make a great beach read and introduces people to the U.S. Coast Guard, a military service worth learning about.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Tumbling in the Downdrift?
The fight on the beach.
Which scene was your favorite?
When Carla is presenting Deegan (the FBI agent) with the information that she has learned from her personal investigation of Crystal's death.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
No extreme reactions but that is why I liked the book. It was pleasant to listen to without being overly dramatic. I loved the relationship between Carla and her mother.
Any additional comments?
I would love to read more about Carla, Jolie, and Mollie and their adventures. The narrator, Tracy Tenney, was perfect for this book.