Wreckers' Key Christine Kling
  • Title: Wreckers' Key
  • Author: Christine Kling
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  • Wreckers' Key Christine Kling Wreckers Key In her Seychelle Sullivan novels Christine Kling has brilliantly rendered the world of South Florida as seen from the teeming waters around it From harbors of Key West to the wilds of Biscayne Bay t
    In her Seychelle Sullivan novels, Christine Kling has brilliantly rendered the world of South Florida, as seen from the teeming waters around it From harbors of Key West to the wilds of Biscayne Bay to the night lights of Miami, Kling s tough minded heroine has carved out a life that is uniquely her own Now, this fiercely independent woman is at a turning point andIn her Seychelle Sullivan novels, Christine Kling has brilliantly rendered the world of South Florida, as seen from the teeming waters around it From harbors of Key West to the wilds of Biscayne Bay to the night lights of Miami, Kling s tough minded heroine has carved out a life that is uniquely her own Now, this fiercely independent woman is at a turning point and in a dangerous duel with an unseen enemy.In the 1800s, Key West was built by wrecking skippers who in feats of derring do raced to shipping disasters to save valuable cargos from the ocean depths Today, as too many boats chase too few wrecks, salvage has turned into a cutthroat corporate enterprise Seychelle Sullivan, who pilots a tug her father built by hand, is unable and unwilling to compete She is overwhelmed by issues of love, trust, motherhood, career, and family But when a friend is killed, Seychelle begins to suspect a chilling scenario that modern day wreckers are causing yachts to crash onto the reefs and killing off whoever gets in the way.Nestor Frias was piloting a billionaire s luxury power yacht on its maiden voyage when it ran aground A few days later, Frias was dead His eight months pregnant widow is distraught, and a host of questions surround both Frias s death and the ship s accident When another man dies while asking questions, Seychelle navigates the dangerous shoals and channels of the case and her life, unaware that a greater danger is looming a murderous human storm designed perfectly for her.With its vivid, colorful characters and rich sense of sea and land, Wreckers Key is a brilliant addition to Christine Kling s fascinating, entertaining, and thrilling Florida mystery series.
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    About Christine Kling


    1. I have spent than forty years enjoying simply messing about with boats as Rat said to Mole in The Wind in the Willows I ve been a boat wife, mother and captain of my own boat I ve had articles and stories published in many publications including Cruising World, Sailing , and The Tiller and the Pen, Gulfstream Magazine and Miami Noir My first four novels are in a series about Florida female tugboat captain, Seychelle Sullivan As a techie person, I am intrigued by the fast changes occurring in the publishing industry and I m trying my hand at self publishing I self published CIRCLE OF BONES, a big international thriller set in the Caribbean, and SEA BITCH, a small collection of four short stories Thomas Mercer then offered me a 3 book contract for a re issue of BONES, as well as the next two books in that trilogy The new edition debuted on Feb 19, 2013 The second book in what I now call the Shipwreck Adventures series is called DRAGON S TRIANGLE, and the third book in the series, KNIGHT S CROSS was released in 2015.Today, my husband Wayne and I, along with Barney, the Yorkshire Terror and Ruby, the Wonder Dog, are living a nomadic life as we design and build our next boat.


    491 Comments


    1. A most excellent 5 star read wow, the end is interesting hoping its not the end of the series though

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    2. Seychelles Sullivan SeriesLoved, loved, loved this series And I would like to thank the author for her participation in the Kiindle Unlimited program I think the heroine here is a truly believable person, with problems we all face Her life in a male dominated business is one we who have dared to do the same can relate to I cannot wait to start the Shipwreck series and I will hope for a number 5 in this series.

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    3. Great plot twist at the end

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    4. Travel the waters off Florida s coasts and visit the streets of Fort Lauderdale and Key West with Seychelle Sullivan, owner and operator of the tugboat, Gorda Seychelle has taken her tugboat to Key West to bring back a multimillion dollar yacht Seychelle s friend Nestor Frias was captain of the yacht Power Play owned by Ted Berger Nestor s wife Catalina was a beauty and pregnant with the couple s first child Nestor confided in Seychelle that he doubted the wreck of the Power Play was accidental [...]

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    5. Wreckers Key may well be the last of Kling s four books series featuring Seychelle Sullivan It s refreshing when an author realizes that all good things SHOULD come to an endd doesn t try to wring another novel out of it all The reader is provided with some psychological depth to Seychelle, answering some of the questions about what makes her what she is Ms Kring develops her characters well and presents us with intriguing plots and sub plots using a murder or two, some love, some pathos, and a [...]

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    6. This fourth book in the series is as good as the second and third entries.Seychelle is drawn into investigating the drowning of a friend who is a world class windsurfer after the man s wife insists his death was no accident She s also dealing with the reappearance of childhood friend, a fear her lover is a little too interested in best friend, and increasing competition from big companies in the towing business.Kling tells a straightforward tale with enough twists and misdirection to keep the re [...]

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    7. Wrecker s Key was the fourth book of Christine Kling s I read in quick succession Once I started with her characters of Seychelle Sullivan, B.J and Pit I was hooked Actually, what really got me was the setting Kling writes about apart of South Florida that comes alive in her description and history She explores of Fort Lauderdale and Key West than just the beaches so that the rivers and canals become as much a character as the people in her stories I thoroughly enjoyed Wrecker s Key, as much as [...]

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    8. Christine Kling is quickly becoming one of my favorite new writers Wrecker s Key is another great mystery adventure in a series of novels Kling s writing is vivid and expressive, and brings a nearly theatrical vision of the action to the reader s mind Her main characters are dynamic, and her secondary characters are drawn well enough to provide excellent misdirection throughout the plot And on top of that, the stories are just plain GOOD I rated the book 3 stars only because I m very stingy with [...]

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    9. From the first page to the last, it s everything I ve come to expect from a Christine Kling novel, and I loved every bit of it In Wrecker s Key, protagonist Seychelle Sullivan has to face some serious personal issues about how she treated a friend when they were both kids in the neighborhood Add to that, some serious challenges in the economy of her boat salvage industry, and challenges in her relationship with her Samoan hunk, BJ Hang on to your life preserver because Seychelle has her hands fu [...]

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    10. A touch of the old days of piracy in this thrilling tale It reminded me so much of the stories of the wreckers on the rugged coast of Cornwall, though set in a far different climate and a region where our earliest reading about pirates took place Seychelle seems to be punching above her weight in this thriller, a situation where she really needs to watch her back Again, Christine Kling takes us on an adventure that has danger lurking always, has the reader almost paranoid themselve as they wonde [...]

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    11. 4 in the Seychelle Sullivan series Seychelle is the operator of a marine towing business co owned by her likewise island named siblings The business is not very lucrative but Seychelle is attracted to it.Seychelle Sullivan is in Key West to tow a yacht grounded by an old friend The friend claims his GPS malfunctioned and he suspected sabotage The friend dies under mysterious circumstances leaving a very pregnant wife The yacht owner is a letch, the salvor may be a pirate, and it seems that there [...]

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    12. Christine Kling knows how to bring her characters to life I feel their hurt, their emotions, their needs as if they were living breathing people In fact, I think I have a small crush on Saychelle, but I probably already mentioned that in an earlier episode of this series Great work Christine, I look forward to reading everything you write, and I don t say that about too many authors Keep up the good work.

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    13. I enjoyed this book, as I did the last one I read by this author The setting is great and you get a sense of the area and the characters who inhabit these places The author is obviously knowledgeable about the sea, boats and circumstances that can happen out on the water The story line keeps you engaged until you have to keep reading to see how it all wraps up Now, I ll have to read some of her other books Betty Karlauthor of Island Fever

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    14. Seychelle inherits her father s boat salvage business in Key West She soon becomes involved in solving the murder of her friend who had confided in her that wreckers might be causing yachts to crash onto the reefs A nautical story with colorful characters, many twists and surprises and a vibrant, authentic location.

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    15. I confess that much of what I like about this book is the setting in Key West and Fort Lauderdale And I share the protagonist s love of life on the water It s a good thriller with sympathetic characters.

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    16. I stumbled across this writer on BookBub, and have now read 4 or five of her Seychelle Sullivan series Crisp dialogue, good story lines, I d recommend these to everyone who likes mysteries and boats.

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    17. Seychelle investigates the death of a yacht captain friend and becomes disillusioned with the salvage business.

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    18. Good Read on my Kindle.

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    19. would definatly read of her books going to look for them almost kinsey milhone, some steph plum thrown in i m glad i found seychelle sullivan

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    20. Excellent book Enjoyed the facts woven into the mystery Recognized named places from our travels in the Keys and in Key West.

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    21. Enjoyable but not as good as the other books in the series The main character does somethings that are out of character with the heroine that we have come to know and love.

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