Mer Cavallo Mysteries

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Adrift ~ 1st in the Mer Cavallo Mysteries

Marine biologist-turned divemaster Meredith Cavallo thought adjusting to a laid-back life in the Florida Keys would be a breeze after the regimented schedule of an Arctic research vessel, but when she rescues a diver who claims to have seen a ghost, she’s caught in a storm of supernatural intrigue.

News of the rescue goes viral—not welcome notoriety for a researcher trying to obtain a new position. A team of ghost hunters descends on the Keys and Mer is pressured into serving as a safety diver for a documentary crew in search of paranormal activity. When Ishmael, the crew’s charismatic leader, vanishes during a midnight dive on the Spiegel Grove shipwreck everyone but Mer is convinced that things really do go bump in the night.

Determined to find a rational explanation, Mer launches her own investigation, but how to find a dead man wasn’t covered in grad school and the local law enforcement consider her involvement in both diving incidents criminally curious. Relying on skepticism, discipline, and logic gets her nowhere. The victim’s life is as shrouded in mystery as his disappearance. Insurance fraud, business debts and illicit love further muddy the waters. Reluctantly, she considers employing less scientific means. When someone tries to kill her, she knows the truth is about to surface. Maybe dead men do tell tales.

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5 thoughts on “Mer Cavallo Mysteries”

  1. Judith (Judy) Bates said:

    Is “criminally curious” a real term? In law enforcement, that is?

  2. Awesome book. Incredible author. I sincerely hope she can write fast, because this book was one of, (if not THE) Best first books in a series I have read in recent memory- Years worth of recent memory. My new Favorite Author!
    Incredible!!

  3. Brilliant book, I couldn’t put it down. It kept me guessing right until to the end what had happened and who to trust!

    My husband is a keen scuba diver and a member of a scuba diving club. The scuba theme and references made it really different to anything else I’ve read and also added lots of authenticity.

    I can’t wait for the next book.

    Thank you Micki.

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