Skeleton Sea A mystery at sea plunges forensic geologists Cassie Oldfield and Walter Shaws into deadly waters When a boat is found deserted off the California coast it looks to be a simple fishing accident But th

  • Title: Skeleton Sea
  • Author: Toni Dwiggins
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  • Page: 397
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  • A mystery at sea plunges forensic geologists Cassie Oldfield and Walter Shaws into deadly waters.When a boat is found deserted off the California coast, it looks to be a simple fishing accident But there is nothing ordinary going on here The geologists track the strange incident to an even stranger project Someone with toxic skills is at work in this sea.If the lethal pA mystery at sea plunges forensic geologists Cassie Oldfield and Walter Shaws into deadly waters.When a boat is found deserted off the California coast, it looks to be a simple fishing accident But there is nothing ordinary going on here The geologists track the strange incident to an even stranger project Someone with toxic skills is at work in this sea.If the lethal project is completed, the outcome will be unstoppable.

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    1. This book was a bit of a mess, and frankly, annoying at times - a real shame because this series started out with so much potential. So many of the characters (the entire family, the "mad" scientist, etc.) were simply annoying and unbelievable. The climate change commentary was annoying and silly, especially some of the statements made by the so-called expert scientists. The underwater facility was simply not believable. There were some interesting scenes, such as on the volcanic rocks, on the b [...]


    2. An excellent read! A whodunnit of the sea.An excellent read! A whodunnit of the sea. Aspects hint at the old TV series, "Sea Hunt". I thoroughly enjoyed the evidence that required an approach using forensic geology and how the clues related to the story.


    3. Great ReadReally enjoyed this book and the others in the series. My favorite was the third one about the volcanoes. Interesting stuff, this forensic geology.


    4. Kind of boringThe premise sounded good but the story I found boring. Very bland main characters. Not into geology. Did learn some sad things about the state of our oceans however.



    5. Skeleton SeaVery enlightening read! Thoroughly enjoy this author and feel like I learn lots from each novel. I am old, so all new knowledge feels good!


    6. Geo ForensicNew idea on the forensic bandwagon. Instead of humans, its rocks. Not ordinary rocks but the way rocks, oil, sea water etc effects our lives thrown in with some wacky bad guys and good good guys. Clean mystery


    7. As a lover of forensic thrillers especially those with a dose of science, I have developed a high regard for Tony Dwiggins’ Forensic Geology Series mainly because the two protagonists in the series are geologist which is unique to this particular genre. A geologist’s role in a forensic investigation is to ascertain the location of either the victim or perpetrator before, during, or after a criminal act. In Skeleton Sea, our two dust-collecting heroes, Cassie Oldfield and Walter Shaws, are ca [...]


    8. I love Cassie Oldfield and Walter Shaws, the forensic geologists Dwiggins introduced in Badwater. Taking the geology, mineralogy or geomorphology of a crime scene as evidence is a fairly new idea in criminalistics, and her Forensic Geology series does a great job of spinning it into good yarns.In her latest novel, Cassie and Walter get a call for help from a cop in Morro Bay, a small fishing community-slash-tourist destination on the California coast west of San Luis Obispo. Detective Tolliver h [...]


    9. This is the 4th is the forensic geology series and the best so far. I was wondering how geology could have a part in an ocean based mysterious disappearance. The book is well written, it flows and is a very easy read. One of those books you could read straight through with no problem.


    10. Another home run by Toni Dwiggins; probably her most suspenseful in the series yet. This installment of the forensic geology series takes us to the West Coast on a rather terrifying encounter of the jellyfish variety. In true mystery thriller fashion, Dwiggins keeps you guessing who-dunnit all the way up until the end. I can't rave much more about it without spoiling the plot, but I would definitely recommend this to anyone that can appreciate a good mystery. Anxiously awaiting the next installm [...]


    11. I enjoy Dwighins' forensic geology series, but I didn't think this one was as good as the others in the series. Generally I like that Ms. Dwiggins deals with modern environmental issues. I just felt this was more science fiction, more like Jurrasic Park under the sea. However, that being said, it was entertaining.


    12. This mystery had a lot of depth. There was intrigue and suspense that kept you guessing. The forensic geology part made it more interesting. I didn't know how the clues they found could lead to solving a murder. The main characters as the geologist were believable in their actions. I liked the part about SCUBA diving. I used to dive and it brought back memories.


    13. Can't get into itI've read her three other books that I got in a trilogy. They were great. I loved them all, especially the one about volcanoes. But I've tried several times to read this one and it's not making sense to me, or the subject/setting is too slow/boring. Sorry, Toni. Maybe I'll like your next book. Meanwhile, I'll be setting this one aside.


    14. Exhausted, good mystery in the bay.5 because the tension was realistic in the whole series. Having left barely before a levee failed, I Could relate to the Volcano. Like the forensic folks. , familiar with area and towns each place they went. THIS tale, Skeleton Sea, was interesting because I learned a lot about what's UNDER Morrow bay. Can hardly wait until next book.


    15. Too much squidAn interesting book but not in the class with Volcano Watch. Facts about squids overwhelmed the plot sometimes. Danny could have been more sympathetic but the Keaslings were all less than likeable.




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