• Code: Tsunami

  • A Port Stirling Mystery, Book 3
  • By: Kay Jennings
  • Narrated by: John McLain
  • Length: 10 hrs and 35 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

A skeleton with a bullet in its skull. A natural disaster. Relationship problems with not one, but two women in his life. What else could possibly go wrong for Port Stirling Police Chief Matt Horning?

Woken by the ‘Big One’, an earthquake at his Oregon beach-front home, things would only get worse from there for Matt Horning. Would the monster tsunami claim his life and ruin Port Stirling forever?

As if Mother Nature exploding on the rugged Oregon coast wasn’t enough, a decades-old skeleton is unearthed, and its mysterious murder leads to difficult questions. Who was the victim, and why was the body placed here? Is it hiding an ugly story from Oregon’s history?

Kay Jennings' third novel in A Port Stirling Mystery series takes readers to the rugged, remote Oregon coast, and looks at contemporary problems along with an historical mystery.

Includes a special note from the author.

©2022 Kay Jennings (P)2022 Podium Audio

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I really enjoyed the first two books. This one, not so much. You can skip the first 16 chapters unless you want to hear repeatedly that there was an earthquake and tsunami. The murder mystery was pretty lame. I only stuck around till the end to see what happens with Matt and Fern. I will probably still listen to the fourth book.