#BookReview – SWAMP GHOSTS by Marcia Meara #RomanticSuspense #MurderMystery #IndieThursday

What a great review! I just had to share. Deb, you’ve managed to chase my mullygrubs away, and I thank you from the bottom of my heart!


I was fortunate enough to win a copy of this book in paperback – something I haven’t read for a while, and it reminded me why I should return to reading on paper at times, instead of on screen.
Swamp GhostsSwamp Ghosts by Marcia Meara
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

There’s nothing quite like reading a book that successfully blends genres, and this one does it extremely well. I’m not sure if you’d class it as a ‘romantic murder mystery’, or a ‘murder mystery with romance’, but hey, you get the picture.
Maggie Devlin is a strong woman, running her own river boat tour business with confidence and a genuine desire to give her clients the best possible eco experience on the St Johns River in Central Florida. When the over-large and impossibly good-looking man with more than a passing resemblance to the Viking god Thor makes his uneasy way…

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9 thoughts on “#BookReview – SWAMP GHOSTS by Marcia Meara #RomanticSuspense #MurderMystery #IndieThursday

    • Thanks, Deb. I’ve been SO blessed with the reviews on my books, so far. And one this nice coming from Debby is a real treat! Though, I confess, I’m not sure where she’d find a man as nice as Gunn, either. (Except rattling around in my imagination. Even most of the other men in my imagination are far more trouble, tortured, and generally angsty that Gunnar Wolfe.) 😉

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        • That was the case with Gunn, though truly, I prefer to write about damaged men. Of course, I let the clever women save them from themselves, MOST of the time. 😉 But in Swamp Ghosts, I turned it the other way for a change, and let the woman be the one who was a wreck, and the man be the affable, steady rock she finally learns she can count on. It was fun for a change, and imagining a man like Gunnar Wolfe made me pretty happy during the writing of the book. 😀 But he’s not my favorite male character from my books. That honor goes to a little ten-year-old boy with significant powers that change people’s lives. Rabbit is SO much fun to write, and he’s hands down, my favorite, but he IS closely followed by the seriously damaged Hunter Painter, who always walks out of synch with the rest of the world, but whose honest gray eyes miss nothing going on around him. I do love that man.

          Good topic for another post. Falling in love with our characters. Sometimes I have conversations with mine, and find out all sorts of interesting things about them that need to be included in the next book. 😀

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