Bermuda Heat by P.A. Brown
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
A letter. A secret. A tragedy. David's mother told him his father died when he was born. His mother lied.
David Eric Laine always believed his father had died in Vietnam before his birth. His mother remarried and he was adopted by his stepfather and grew up knowing Graham Laine as his only father. Forty years later, a letter arrives and David finds out everything he thought was a lie.His father, Joel Cameron, is alive and living in Bermuda where he came from back in 1968 to attend college. He met David's mother, at the time a much more rebellious child of the turbulent sixties. Following David's birth his mother fled back to the safety of her familiar, protected world and the lie was born. Rather than face her shame, David was told his father died a hero in Vietnam.
Now the lies unravel and the newly married Chris and David embark on a journey to discover the truth.
OK here 's my problem the victim was predictable so was what happened after that. Add to that I guessed the real killer right off I felt like I was just killing time till the reveal I was hoping that after my patience I would be rewarded with the local cops getting there just deserts but no we didn't even get the case laid out against the killer so I am left feeling a bit cheated.
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