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Peak Season By Jeff Widmer,

  • Title: Peak Season
  • Author: Jeff Widmer
  • ISBN: 9780996498708
  • Page: 263
  • Format: Paperback
  • Detective CW McCoy surrenders her gun, her badge her and confidence after shooting a fellow police officer Moving to Southwest Florida to recover and care for her ailing grandfather, CW swears off violence until a fugitive kidnaps her family and she s forced to decide which side of the law she s on.Set in the tony beach town of Spanish Point during the height of the touriDetective CW McCoy surrenders her gun, her badge her and confidence after shooting a fellow police officer Moving to Southwest Florida to recover and care for her ailing grandfather, CW swears off violence until a fugitive kidnaps her family and she s forced to decide which side of the law she s on.Set in the tony beach town of Spanish Point during the height of the tourist rush, Peak Season marks the debut of an investigator confronting the most dangerous enemy of all her own fears.
    Peak Season Detective CW McCoy surrenders her gun her badge her and confidence after shooting a fellow police officer Moving to Southwest Florida to recover and care for her ailing grandfather CW swears off vio

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    1. My original Peak Season audiobook review and many others can be found at Audiobook Reviewer.Peak Season introduces Candace CW McCoy, an ex cop, who gave up her job after she was forced to shoot a fellow policeman She now lives with her grandfather Pap and is selling real estate in the tourist mecca of South Florida.Accused of stealing millions from his investors, Bobby Lee Darby was presumed dead until he appears in CW s office demanding she prove his innocence When CW declines, he kidnaps Pap f [...]

    2. Peak Season may be a mystery novel, but it is also a study in character building and exploring the unseen sides of public life.Setting is a key character here, and Widmer gives readers who visit Florida as tourists or, even seasonal residents a bit of a look behind the curtain One of Widmer s great strengths is his ability to see details and make connections not visible to a casual observer, and in this book, that talent is on display Widmer is a master of uncovering quirky and dark details and [...]

    3. CW is all set in her new life She sells real estate now, after retiring from a life of law enforcement and is happy Until one day her old life comes back to confront her and threatens everything her new life holds for her A decent good guy bad guy story There are a lot of players in this one, and at times I got confused about who was who, but the pace was good and Widmer keeps you on your toes Decent writing, with few grammar mistakes but I m picky and a nice ending where everything gets tied up [...]

    4. Thank you to the author of this book for giving me a copy to read in return for an honest review.Peak Season is a crime drama in the point of view of CW, a former police officer who vowed never to be in the force or fraternising with guns again until she is dragged back into the game when her grandfather pap is taken This story was good, I found it a little slow to begin with because the scene setting was so descriptive, I could completely imagine where I was and what was going on I quite liked [...]

    5. Forced to shoot a fellow police officer, CW McCoy surrenders her gun, her badge and her confidence to take refuge in Southwest Florida There, in the wealthy tourist mecca of Spanish Point, CW sells luxury real estate and cares for her ailing grandfather But even in paradise, violence finds her like a divining rod.Declared dead by the courts, Bobby Lee Darby bursts into CW s office to demand the family friend clear his name in a scheme to bilk millions from investors When CW refuses, the fugitive [...]

    6. The best element in this book for me at least was the strong sense of place I haven t spent much time in Florida, but with all the references to driving biking along the Tamiami Trail, I ll have some idea what to expect Story is okay but characters feel derivative of Evanovhich s series with the tough heroine, multiple male possibly romantic characters, but with fewer hijinks Narrator okay, but the range of accents seemed to be beyond her repertoire, and the voices were inconsistent Lovely husky [...]

    7. This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast I like a good mystery, with a bit of thriller tossed in, and C W McCoy delivers, as she chases after the bad guys Not a bad listen when trapped inside by an ice storm I would like to see where this author would take the character in another novel.

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