Book Review: Swamp Ghosts by Marcia Meara

Wow, what a great review from Staci Troilo. I started my next Riverbend story yesterday, and Staci’s words have inspired me to work harder than ever. Hope you’ll check this out, and pass it along! THANKS!!

Staci Troilo

Marcia Meara, author of the popular Wake-Robin Ridge books, sets her second series in the sleepy little town of Riverbend, Florida, where the hungry creatures swimming in the dark waters of the St. Johns River aren’t nearly as dangerous as those walking along the quiet neighborhood streets.

Swamp GhostsWildlife photographer Gunnar Wolfe looked like the kind of guy every man wanted to be and every woman just plain wanted, and the St. Johns River of central Florida drew him like a magnet. EcoTour boat owner Maggie Devlin knew all the river’s secrets, including the deadliest ones found in the swamps. But neither Maggie nor Gunn was prepared for the danger that would come after them on two legs.

On a quest to make history photographing the rarest birds of them all, Gunnar hires the fiery, no-nonsense Maggie to canoe him into the most remote wetland areas in the state. He was…

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    • You’re welcome, though I confess, my motives were slightly (mostly?) ulterior. 😀 And what’s not to like about a review like that? You simply made my day, that’s all! So thank YOU, Staci, for taking the time to write such a thoughtful and lovely review. It does my heart good to know you enjoyed the book. ❤


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