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Join Marsha & Danny Jones for the newest in the saga of the Sea Empress.
Travel on the world's most unusual cruise ship, the Sea Empress and you will never think about cruise travel again in the same way. Perfect for frequent cruisers who are bored stiff with the same old shows, comedians, belly flop contests and chair hogs. Book a cruise you'll never forget.
Step onto the promenade deck of the Sea Empress for a cruise of a lifetime and become part of the world's greatest series of murder mysteries and thrillers in the Caribbean. Marsha and Danny Jones retired from law enforcement and thought it would be just the thing to break the boredom of retirement to be security consultants to protect the Seven Seas Company's finest ship from trouble. Terrorists, killers, and sinister crewmen all plan, plot, and purvey their own special brands of crime and death, and the only roadblock in their chosen course of crime and terror is the special resilience of this pair of sea cops.
Like all cruise ships, the Sea Empress sails year-round, providing thrilling new mysteries and suspense for both passengers and crew alike. Your voyage here will last more than one cruise. Pour your favorite drink, suspend your disbelief, prop up your feet, and enjoy.
The question remains: will Marsha and Danny and their team of security agents be able to save the ship from harm?
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By Donna Wiebe on 03-29-17
A wonderfully, enjoyable addition to the series.
Would you consider the audio edition of Who Collects the Souls to be better than the print version?
I am not sure if the audio is better than the print edition but it is always interesting to listen to the inflections in the voice and the emphasis to get your attention in different parts.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Marcia cell is my favourite character in these books. I love to read about strong, independent, intelligent women. But I also like the man who stands beside her as an equal.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
I always like the parts where they start to unravel the ministry. Another part that I always enjoy is when the title of the book is revealed during the storyline.
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