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About Shadow Cay
The Nesbits anchor their boat in a moonlit cove one evening in the southern Bahamas. Madeleine Nesbit discovers that someone wants to make sure that her family never makes it out of their paradise alive. The double murder of her parents throws her into a world of international intrigue and suspense. She makes a promise to find out who the killer is before he’s back for the next victim.
When Madeleine is a little girl, she sees a premonition that a boat will sink. The boat does sink and she is rescued. As a teenager, Madeleine has another premonition of danger before her parents anchor in the southern Bahamas. Again, her premonition comes true when drug lords kill them on their boat. Madeleine escapes but is then captured and tortured by the same drug lords that killed her parents. She and the man who saved her as a child must find out who the killer is and stop him.
Shadow Cay is loaded with suspense and lots of information. There are lots of things going on in this story so you really need to pay attention when reading. This lets you really understand who the characters are and helped me connect with them. The plot has lots of twists and turns and the book really kept me on the edge of my seat, wanting to flip pages faster and faster to find out what happened next. I would definitely classify Shadow Cay as a thriller. Some of the scenes included are a bit graphic but it’s well worth the read to find out what happens at the end!
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