A Walk Through the Fire
A job in Hawaii sounded like a great way for gumshoe Sharon McCone to combine business with pleasure. But from the moment she arrives on Kauai, she finds herself in what the natives call a place between fire love and fire terror. Her friend, filmmaker Glenna Stanleigh suspects someone is trying to stop production of her local documentary, and a series of accidents look more and more like sabotage. By the time McCone steps in, nerves are frayed, crew members are scared, and Glenna's life is hanging in the balance...
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Review: A Walk Through the Fire (Sharon McCone #19)User Review - Spotsalots - Goodreads
Not a bad addition to Muller's series, and a bit different because set in Hawaii rather than California. In fact, it's set just a few years after the severe hurricane Iniki hit Kauai, and makes that ... Read full review
Review: A Walk Through the Fire (Sharon McCone #19)User Review - Michelle Beese - Goodreads
Book #20 of the Sharon McCone series and I am still hooked. A personal challenge for Ms. McCone on the beautiful island of Kauai. I for one was very happy with her decision. What's next for McCone? Whatever it is, I'm sure it will be intriguing! Marcia Muller always delivers! Read full review