Beth's Review: SAVANNAH GONE: A Ray Fontaine Mystery by Doug Keeler
Released: April 19, 2015
Genre: Mystery, Thriller, Suspense
Length: 179 pages
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Grab this hot new mystery-thriller from bestselling author Doug Keeler Everyone in the state of Georgia believes expanding the Savannah Port is the single-most important economic development project in the entire state. Everyone except Marine Biologist Claire Robertson that is. When Claire goes missing, Private Investigator Ray Fontaine agrees to search for her. At first Ray thinks finding her will be an open and shut case. But behind Savannah's Gothic facade, everyone has a secret. As Ray begins to peel back the layers, he uncovers a growing list of suspects. To solve the case, Ray must put himself, and those he cares about, in mortal danger. Reminiscent of Robert Craise, Nelson Demille, and John D. Macdonald at their finest, Savannah Gone is destined to be a classic.
Five Boundless Stars
I absolutely love Doug Keeler’s writing style. He is down to Earth, humorous, and mysterious; and all while clearly telling the story smoothly. This was a quick and smooth read. Though Ray Fontaine is a fictional character, I really want to meet him. The imagery was great! As a Savannah resident, I may be a bit bias, but I am ready to make the 45 minute trip out to the lisle’s. This time I will be looking with a newfound appreciation.
Overall, Savannah Gone was easily a 5 Boundless Star book and I am ready to read more of Keeler’s work!