eco-friendly Water Ghost is the 6th within the Luanne Fogarty sequence of spine-tingling swamp noir mysteries set within the springs and underwater caves of northern Florida the place Luanne, a linguistics professor, serves as adjunct scuba diver for the sheriff’s division.
It’s Halloween within the north Florida woods and Luanne Fogarty unearths brand-new bones besides the previous in an deserted slave graveyard. An antebellum discord simmers into the current day and Luanne’s students are as much as ghoulish methods. She dives in slime-covered ponds and navigates people legends with assistance from forensics. The Southern previous infrequently remains buried lengthy within the swamp.
"Glynn Marsh Alam provides an aspect of Florida few travelers see: a depressing position the place every body has secrets and techniques. The actual photo she paints is so life like, readers’ hair will frizz up or cross limp within the humidity, and they’ll get a creepy-crawly feeling from her description of the creatures that inhabit the realm. Luanne Fogarty is a smart heroine… gutsy with a smooth aspect… and the secondary characters such a lot intriguing,. I really cherished Pasquin, Luanne’s neighbor, who desires her to rush up and marry Vernon, her present love curiosity and fellow diver."
— Diana Vickery, secret Scene
“Gators, bottomless caves, mucky sinkholes, blood-sucking mosquitoes and drippy humidity come jointly in a Florida swamp to supply the proper eerie components for murder…. the tale strains circulation just like the Palmetto River, which hides one other international underneath its delicate surface.”
— sunrise Goldsmith
“Inventive, stylish…manages to carry to lifestyles another a part of Florida’s probably unending killing grounds: the deep and chilly freshwater springs of the northern a part of the state….”
— Dick Adler, The Chicago Tribune
"Alam's novels are completely relaxing. they provide, as well as a very good learn, a desirable examine the swampland of northern Florida and the realm of diving in mysterious rivers and bottomless caves."
— Lauren Haney, writer of the Lieutenant Bak historical Egyptian mysteries