Demon Spirit, Devil Sea (Mara Tusconi Mystery #2)

Demon Spirit Devil Sea Mara Tusconi Mystery When the United Nations sends Maine oceanographer Mara Tusconi to Haida Gwaii fifty miles off British Columbia she s thrilled The archipelago is both a spectacular rainforest and world class sea kaya

  • Title: Demon Spirit, Devil Sea (Mara Tusconi Mystery #2)
  • Author: Charlene D'Avanzo
  • ISBN: 9781633811096
  • Page: 493
  • Format: Paperback
  • When the United Nations sends Maine oceanographer Mara Tusconi to Haida Gwaii fifty miles off British Columbia, she s thrilled The archipelago is both a spectacular rainforest and world class sea kayak destination But as she untangles an international climate change crime, Mara confronts the Haida Nation s mistrust of outsiders like her, spiteful spirits that aren t suppWhen the United Nations sends Maine oceanographer Mara Tusconi to Haida Gwaii fifty miles off British Columbia, she s thrilled The archipelago is both a spectacular rainforest and world class sea kayak destination But as she untangles an international climate change crime, Mara confronts the Haida Nation s mistrust of outsiders like her, spiteful spirits that aren t suppose to exist, and the baffling death of a young Haida watchman.

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    About “Charlene D'Avanzo

    • Charlene D'Avanzo

      Why does a marine ecologist college professor turn to mystery writing Easy What could be mysterious, dangerous, and riveting than the deep, dark sea I write the Mara Tusconi Maine Oceanography Mystery Series Mara s a feisty scientist who uses her sea kayak to track down the bad guys Cold Blood, Hot Sea 2016 is a Foreward Review Indie Mystery finalist Mara witnesses the death of a dear colleague aboard research vessel Intrepid It s called an accident, but Mara is convinced otherwise She risks her job and life as she uncovers a scam as deep and dark as the wild sea Demon Spirit, Devi Sea May 2017 takes Mara to one of the last temperate rainforests on earth Haida Gwaii, an archipelago 50 miles off British Columbia As Mara investigates an international law of the sea crime she confronts spiteful spirits that shouldn t exist and a baffling death As a marine scientist, the New England coast has fascinated me for over forty years My sea kayak and I live in Yarmouth, Maine.



    727 thoughts on “Demon Spirit, Devil Sea (Mara Tusconi Mystery #2)

    • I enjoyed this murder mystery story that was surrounded by a simply beautiful description of underwater life, island life, Native Indian life, all set within a scientific expedition outlook on it. This is definitely a book for anyone interested in having a better understanding of the relationship between nature and humanity, as well as the potential for its destruction. It was also a story of discovery of the spirit soul within each of us. This is a voluntary review of an Advanced Readers Copy o [...]


    • Charlene D'Avanzo has written another entertaining whodunnit about oceanographer and kayaker Mara Tusconi. Mara and two cohorts go to the remote islands of Haida Gwaii in British Columbia to assess the environmental impacts of a scam. The scam was presented to the local First Nations people as a way to enhance salmon runs. D'Avanzo does a great job capturing a sense of the landscape, seascape and culture of the Haidi Gwaii region.


    • I give this 3.5 stars. This is the second book in the cli-fi series by Charlene D'Avanzo. This book takes the series protagonist, Maine based oceanographer Mara and two colleagues, to the Haida Gwaii archipelago to investigate the environmental impact of the dumping of tons of iron sulfate iron into the fishing waters off of the Haida Gwaii islands. I loved the descriptions of the forests and waters and found the discussion about traditional cultural interesting.


    • Great read. There's a mystery , but there is also a little mystical background and some factual truths about environmental issues. Interesting and entertaining.


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