[Lee Stone] read Barracuda Slacker Mills Mysteries #2 ebook


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  • Barracuda Slacker Mills Mysteries #2
  • Lee Stone
  • English
  • 11 August 2019
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5 thoughts on “Barracuda Slacker Mills Mysteries #2

  1. says:

    I loved Free Fish Friday and this seuel was absolutely of the same Same great characters same sharp writing Overall I thought there was probably depth in this one and a couple of turns I never saw coming The braids Was it one of the sisters or Maria I loved them all and read with sickened anticipation to find out who it was knowing I'd be gutted no matter who it could be The addition of a new true Key West character and

  2. says:

    Great SeuelBarracuda by Lee Stone is a worthy successor to Free Fish Friday but I would not read it without first reading Free Fish Barracuda has too many references to the first book that would be a shame to miss Slacker Mills is back but not fishing so much in this seuel He has a love life to sort out that turns into a tale of

  3. says:

    Another good one Slacker's one of those characters you want to see continue Are you paying attention Lee StoneMeanwhile I've ordered two others and they're waiting on my iPad

  4. says:

    I had to read this after finishing the first Slacker Mills book Free Fish Friday at the end of August This book expands on the characters introd

  5. says:

    What a series I finished Free Fish Friday feeling like I lived in Key West and knew the characters Barracuda picks right up with th

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Lee Stone Ð 5 review

Barracuda Slacker Mills Mysteries #2

Med fisherman doesn't make his South Florida escape uickly enough Adrift in a sea of women with the beauty of sailfish the majesty of marlin the mystery of mahi and the Great SeuelBarracuda by Lee Stone is a worthy successor to Free Fish Friday but I would not read it without first reading Free Fish Barracuda has too many references to the first book that would be a shame to miss Slacker Mills is back but not fishing so much in this seuel He has a love life to sort out that turns into a tale of revenge and danger Slacker sticks with what he does best fishing and being the best friend lover and mentor he can be The result is life keeps going his way but with potholes and bumps along the way to make it interesting Will there be another Slacker adventure in Costa Rico

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Hearts of tarpon Slacker hooks up with monumental trouble instead Another special friend is dead and he could be the reason When a barracuda bares its teeth no one is sa Another good one Slacker s one of those characters you want to see continue Are you paying attention Lee StoneMeanwhile I ve ordered two others and they re waiting on my iPad

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Slacker Mills is back in a harrowing seuel to Lee Stone's popular Free Fish Friday With a tragic Key West experience behind him and a promising new life ahead the acclai I loved Free Fish Friday and this seuel was absolutely of the same Same great characters same sharp writing Overall I thought there was probably depth in this one and a couple of turns I never saw coming The braids Was it one of the sisters or Maria I loved them all and read with sickened anticipation to find out who it was knowing I d be gutted no matter who it could be The addition of a new true Key West character and his plot line also threw me Can t wait for Slacker 3 Incidentally I just finished The Student Council hoping for Slacker type adventures from the author What a treat completely different from the Slacker series and surprisingly even better Don t miss it it s sure to be an instant classic


About the Author: Lee Stone

Born and raised in Erie Pennsylvania Lee Stone made Alaska home for over thirty years Now residing in Delray Beach Florida he began writing in 2014 His initial four books fall into three separate genres Slacker Mills Mysteries the coming of age adventure of teenager Amy Westin and the fantasy tale of an old golferStone's storytelling is uniue in both its originality and awareness that b