Thursday, March 27, 2014
Bluewater Stalker is Looking for Readers -- Available Now in the Kindle Store
When a second victim is found within a few miles of their first stop after leaving Grenada, the probability of coincidence diminishes. As the trail of victims grows in the wake of their voyage north through the islands, the authorities become progressively more suspicious of some connection to Vengeance and her crew. While the Fitzgeralds wrestle with problems in their marriage and Bill struggles to convince the police that he's not the killer, the stalker focuses ever more intensely on Jane and Bill.
When I'm writing a book, the characters become quite real to me. In the course of this series I've come to know Dani and Liz as well as if they were members of my family. About midway through this one, I noticed that Dani has changed a bit. She's still a feisty, rough-and-ready woman, but she surprised me when she confessed to Liz that she actually liked the Fitzgeralds. I think Liz was shocked, too. She's become accustomed to running interference between Dani and their guests. Is Dani mellowing with age? Or is she finally losing the chip on her shoulder that she's carried since her abduction at the hands of the Bluewater Killer?
I'd be interested in your thoughts on how she's developing. Does she seem any different in Bluewater Stalker? From my perspective, her personality is becoming slightly more complex, and that opens some new possibilities for the seventh book in the series. While I contemplate their next adventure, I hope you enjoy another great sailing trip through the islands with Dani and Liz as they help their guests navigate an unfamiliar environment.
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Posted by Charles Dougherty at 4:55 PM