Danger Sector Windjammer Mystery #2 characters ê 109

Danger Sector Windjammer Mystery #2

Read Danger Sector Windjammer Mystery #2

Mpelled to investigate Drawn into the dangerous web of an island cabal and the pages of a secret journal Brie is soon caught up in an undercurrent of broken dreams and hidden secrets Using her keen investigative skills she uncovers a mystery whose roots stretch back three Great murder mystery This is the story of Brie a detective on leave from the Minneapolis police department who joins the seasonal crew of the Maine Wind When the crew goes ashore an island to help remodel the home of a friend of the captain mystery ensues The characters are interesting and the plot has interesting twists and turns Can't wait to read the next book in this series Soonish: Ten Emerging Technologies That'll Improve and/or Ruin Everything pages of a secret journal Brie is soon caught up in an undercurrent of broken dreams and hidden secrets Using her keen investigative skills she uncovers a mystery whose roots stretch back three Great murder mystery This is the story of Brie a detective on leave from the Minneapolis Discordia police department who joins the seasonal crew of the Maine Wind When the crew goes ashore an island to help remodel the home of a friend of the captain mystery ensues The characters are interesting and the Stage Mum plot has interesting twists and turns Can't wait to read the next book in this series

review Å E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ï Jenifer LeClair

Decades encompassing shadowy connections to the black market art world an illegal adoption and a tragic love story As a nor'easter bears down on the island the action accelerates to a bone chilling climax in which Brie will pit herself against the fury of a ruthless kill Minneapolis homicide detective Brie Beaumont answers the call of the sea after a severe trauma on the job The call takes her to Maine as a crew member of Maine Wind a wonderful Windjammer sailing shipEverything is calming down and Brie is finding serenity that is until the ship heads over to Sentinel Island to help the Captain's buddy fix up his lighthouseSoon Brie finds herself entwined in a missing persons case which her detective senses tell her may be a murder caseThis novel was well written fast paced mystery filled with characters that seem realistic and complex I loved the first novel in this series and am glad I read the second Now I will go and see if there is a third or I like Brie and hope you will also Tomorrow Will Be Different: Love, Loss, and the Fight for Trans Equality pit herself against the fury of a ruthless kill Minneapolis homicide detective Brie Beaumont answers the call of the sea after a severe trauma on the job The call takes her to Maine as a crew member of Maine Wind a wonderful Windjammer sailing shipEverything is calming down and Brie is finding serenity that is until the ship heads over to Sentinel Island to help the Captain's buddy fix up his lighthouseSoon Brie finds herself entwined in a missing The Devious Duchess persons case which her detective senses tell her may be a murder caseThis novel was well written fast Geometric Dimensioning And Tolerancing: Self Study Workbook paced mystery filled with characters that seem realistic and complex I loved the first novel in this series and am glad I read the second Now I will go and see if there is a third or I like Brie and hope you will also

Jenifer LeClair Ï 9 characters

In Danger Sector Brie and the crew of the Maine Wind sail to Sentinel Island to help repair an old lighthouse whose previous owner died under mysterious circumstances When Brie discovers that an artist and prominent member of the community has gone missing she feels co False flatterypraise benefits nobody I would love to give this little cozy a three bell salute but it wouldn't ring true At least not in my estimation It's not a horrible read by any means There are elements I found noteworthy andor appealing The mystery element was viable and relevant Romance elements were tastefully done I enjoyed the nautical theme and Maine setting The characters were uirky and moderately interesting The writing is morally sound And I adore the lovely cover And there are a few uaint uotesBrie was entertained by this curious Maine ism which was freuently used to express the superlative The weather could be 'wicked' hot or a man might be 'wicked' hungry Or a storm could be 'wicked' bad during which one might read a 'wicked' good bookIt's amazing how island life is immune to secrets In a big city you can hide things remain anonymous Not on an island though You'd almost think the very trees and waves have some power to know all and whisper the truth to anyone willing to hearSometimes the good Lord picks us up and puts us in a whole new picture A picture we fit into perfectly even though we may not know whyHOWEVER here's the deal Strength carried to excess becomes a weakness Semantics and mechanics are almost flawless But so much so the book reads like a thesis or a novice creative writing assignment not a novel Formal stiff and lackluster descriptive Every little thing whether it be a person's clothing or a house was minutely described whether or not it added anything of interest or value to the story And yet despite all that detailing the story had of a 'telling' uality rather than active engagement He said She said The house was She crouched The wind blew Resulting in hampered momentum and intrigue Plus a good portion of the dialogue though grammatically correct didn't 'sound' authentically conversational It was all too prim and pat If that makes any sense I hate being so persnickety It feels so very unkind Truly I only say these things because I feel there is so much potential in this Windjammer series I enjoyed the first book and was uite generous with my rating of it To be as generous with this second installment would be greatly misleading if not downright untrue Two wish it could be Stars Teeth in the Mist previous owner died under mysterious circumstances When Brie discovers that an artist and The Information Technology Revolution: The Complete Guide prominent member of the community has gone missing she feels co False flatterypraise benefits nobody I would love to give this little cozy a three bell salute but it wouldn't ring true At least not in my estimation It's not a horrible read by any means There are elements I found noteworthy andor appealing The mystery element was viable and relevant Romance elements were tastefully done I enjoyed the nautical theme and Maine setting The characters were uirky and moderately interesting The writing is morally sound And I adore the lovely cover And there are a few uaint uotesBrie was entertained by this curious Maine ism which was freuently used to express the superlative The weather could be 'wicked' hot or a man might be 'wicked' hungry Or a storm could be 'wicked' bad during which one might read a 'wicked' good bookIt's amazing how island life is immune to secrets In a big city you can hide things remain anonymous Not on an island though You'd almost think the very trees and waves have some The State of Water power to know all and whisper the truth to anyone willing to hearSometimes the good Lord Solutions Manual for Insulation Coordination for Power Systems picks us up and Garfield Swallows His Pride puts us in a whole new Titanshade picture A AI Weiwei's Blog: Writings, Interviews, and Digital Rants, 2006-2009 picture we fit into Minds of the West: Ethnocultural Evolution in the Rural Middle West, 1830-1917 perfectly even though we may not know whyHOWEVER here's the deal Strength carried to excess becomes a weakness Semantics and mechanics are almost flawless But so much so the book reads like a thesis or a novice creative writing assignment not a novel Formal stiff and lackluster descriptive Every little thing whether it be a Surf Craft person's clothing or a house was minutely described whether or not it added anything of interest or value to the story And yet despite all that detailing the story had of a 'telling' uality rather than active engagement He said She said The house was She crouched The wind blew Resulting in hampered momentum and intrigue Plus a good Semblance and Event: Activist Philosophy and the Occurrent Arts portion of the dialogue though grammatically correct didn't 'sound' authentically conversational It was all too Telling Teddy (Dear Teddy: A Journal Of A Boy prim and Cool Optical Illusions: Creative Activities That Make Math & Science Fun for Kids! pat If that makes any sense I hate being so Everwar persnickety It feels so very unkind Truly I only say these things because I feel there is so much Hot Head (Head potential in this Windjammer series I enjoyed the first book and was uite generous with my rating of it To be as generous with this second installment would be greatly misleading if not downright untrue Two wish it could be Stars


10 thoughts on “Danger Sector Windjammer Mystery #2

  1. says:

    False flatterypraise benefits nobody I would love to give this little cozy a three bell salute but it wouldn't ring true At least not in my estimation It's not a horrible read by any means There are elements I found noteworthy andor appealing The mystery element was viable and relevant Romance elements were tastefully done I enjoyed the nautical theme and Maine setting The characters were uirky and moderately interesting The writing is morally sound And I adore the lovely cover And there are a few uaint uotesBrie was entertained by this curious Maine ism which was freuently used to express the superlative The weather could be 'wicked' hot or a man might be 'wicked' hungry Or a storm could be 'wicked' bad during which one might read a 'wicked' good bookIt's amazing how island life is immune to secrets In a big city you can hide things remain anonymous Not on an island though You'd almost think the very trees and waves have some power to know all and whisper the truth to anyone willing to hearSometimes the good Lord picks us up and puts us in a whole new picture A picture we fit into perfectly even though we may not know whyHOWEVER here's the deal Strength carried to excess becomes a weakness Semantics and mechanics are almost flawless But so much so the book reads like a thesis or a novice creative writing assignment not a novel Formal stiff and lackluster descriptive Every little thing whether it be a person's clothing or a house was minutely described whether or not it added anything of interest or value to the story And yet despite all that detailing the story had of a 'telling' uality rather than active engagement He said She said The house was She crouched The wind blew Resulting in hampered momentum and intrigue Plus a good portion of the dialogue though grammatically correct didn't 'sound' authentically conversational It was all too prim and pat If that makes any sense????? I hate being so persnickety It feels so very unkind Truly I only say these things because I feel there is so much potential in this Windjammer series I enjoyed the first book and was uite generous with my rating of it To be as generous with this second installment would be greatly misleading if not downright untrue Two wish it could be Stars


  2. says:

    This was a really good book It held my interest to the end even though I guessed who the murderer was about halfway through The Windjammer series will be of particular interest to those who have sailed on a Maine Windjammer and enjoyed the islands in Penobscot Bay


  3. says:

    Atmospheric descriptive of the Maine island coast Another great read from Jenifer LeClair I've read a couple of her other Windjammer mysteries read this out of order but still worthwhile Always a good mystery her writing has improved as the series continues Highly recommend to anyone who likes summer on an island


  4. says:

    Great murder mystery This is the story of Brie a detective on leave from the Minneapolis police department who joins the seasonal crew of the Maine Wind When the crew goes ashore an island to help remodel the home of a friend of the captain mystery ensues The characters are interesting and the plot has interesting twists and turns Can't wait to read the next book in this series


  5. says:

    The second book in this series is almost better than the first The characters are well developed the plot moves along beautifully and the descriptions of life aboard a windjammer are so detailed that one can almost taste George's beef stew and blueberry cobbler I will continue to enjoy this series


  6. says:

    This continuing story kept my attention even though I did not find much time to read while we were in Roanoke Now on to Book #3 of the Windjammer Mystery Series


  7. says:

    The last place you would expect to find a Minneapolis Police Detective on leave is working aboard a sailing ship but that Is exactly what Brie Beaumont is doing The Maine Wind is a working ship owned by Captain John DeLuc Brie and John are very attracted to each other but Brie is still uncertain what the future holds for her and is unwilling to make a commitment to John on a personal level or to the ship as a permanent jobBrie left the police department after her partner was killed and she felt she needed some distance from police work but when the ship makes a stop on Sentinel Island to help John’s friend repair an old lighthouse Brie is immediately caught up in a mystery surrounding the lighthouse and the small islandAmanda Whitcombe is an artist a prominent member of the Sentinel Island community and a good friend of Ben the owner of the lighthouse Amanda has disappeared and when Brie finds her cottage unlocked she investigates and some clues lead Brie to believe that Amanda did not leave voluntarily Ben inherited the lighthouse when the previous owner died after an accident at the lighthouse The previous owner of the lighthouse was also a good friend of Amanda’s When John and Brie accidentally discover an old journal hidden in the lighthouse belonging to the previous owner the two decide there are mysterious happenings on the island that might bring danger to Ben as well as Brie John and the crew of The Maine WindDanger Sector is a good mystery The descriptions of the scenery around Sentinel Island and the food served by the cook on The Maine Wind makes the reader want to experience a trip by sailing ship although life aboard the ship is anything but easyThis is the second book in The Windjammer Mystery series Rigged for Murder is the first in the series and both are recommended


  8. says:

    I took this book along on a Pacific cruise on the coast of California last week As the ship gently rocked I delved into book two of LeClair's Windjammer mystery series In this story the captain takes the 'Maine Wind' to an island where his friend Ben is living in a lighthouse cottage which he has inherited after his friend Harold died from a fall down the lighthouse stairs They soon learn that Ben's artist friend and neighbor Amanda has disappeared Brie Beaumont's detective radar kicks in when she visits the woman's home and sees possible evidence of murder Brie digs into the woman's history and comes up with several suspects to consider so the story keeps the reader guessing till the satisfying end Along the way the romance between the captain and Brie progresses with a bumpy patch or two and George the ship's cook creates delicious sounding meals that have the reader drooling on the pages I'm looking forward to book three now


  9. says:

    Minneapolis homicide detective Brie Beaumont answers the call of the sea after a severe trauma on the job The call takes her to Maine as a crew member of Maine Wind a wonderful Windjammer sailing shipEverything is calming down and Brie is finding serenity that is until the ship heads over to Sentinel Island to help the Captain's buddy fix up his lighthouseSoon Brie finds herself entwined in a missing persons case which her detective senses tell her may be a murder caseThis novel was well written fast paced mystery filled with characters that seem realistic and complex I loved the first novel in this series and am glad I read the second Now I will go and see if there is a third or I like Brie and hope you will also


  10. says:

    I enjoyed this mystery by Jenifer LeClair even than the first one I loved the setting on the island with the lighthouse Every time LeClair mentioned the views of the ocean from the island I thought of being by the ocean in Northern Ireland LeClair captured very well how spectacular an ocean view is This mystery kept me guessing as well I was not sure who the killer was I am looking forward to reading the next two books in the series