3 Sentence Review: The Girl Beneath the Sea

  1. The Girl Beneath the Sea is an action/thriller, not one of the supernatural/sci-fi stories that I usually read, and it took me a while to stop waiting for something mystical to happen.
  2. This Sloan McPherson chick can hold her breath for a reaaaaaaaaally ridiculously long time and even though the character relays stories of competing with her brothers in underwater breath-holding contests, lists off the world records for oxygenated and non-oxygenated breath-holding, and also repeatedly describes her intense physical discomfort, I just wasn’t buying the timeline of her underwater antics and how much she was able to physically accomplish while wishing she had a tank in her pocket.
  3. Overall, it was a fun adventure with a great supporting cast and I look forward to reading more in the series.

Full Title: The Girl Beneath the Sea: A Thriller (Underwater Investigation Unit, 1)
Author: Andrew Mayne
Genre: Sea Adventures

Brief Synopsis: Sloan McPherson is trying to overcome a lifetime of shady family history and forge a new path for herself and her daughter. As a single mother, police officer who focuses on underwater recovery, and a PhD student doing dives on the side for her professor, Sloan finds herself embroiled in a murder mystery with dangerous and personal repercussions.

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About Mary Fran Says

I am an artist, crafter, designer and writer. I enjoy working with mixed media-- applying visual and tactile manipulations to telling a story. Not a lot of market for that, though, :), so I'm focusing on short story submissions and novel completions. Yes, plural. Lots of beginnings, too many ideas, not enough focus.
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