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Dragon's Triangle

af Christine Kling

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Maggie Riley has settled into her new life in Thailand, working aboard her sailboat and doing her best to leave the past behind. When she receives a letter from a World War II vet claiming to have served with her grandfather who went missing in action, Riley is once again pulled into the intrigue that tore her family apart and led to the disappearance of her former search partner--and the love of her life. Armed with the secret code her grandfather left behind, Riley must head to the Philippines to hunt for a mysterious shipwreck, uncover the truth of Yamashita's gold, and find the answers to old questions about her own family.… (mere)
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Not a bad book, but also not a good one. I stopped halfway through, I confess, because I found myself just not interested. The characters are flaky, and the story jumps from place to pace, time to time, which required way more attention than I was willing to give. ( )
  patriciau | Dec 27, 2018 |
Another fun romp from the Shipwreck Series. I like these characters, and they're well developed for a book of its type. The story has history, intrigue, romance, adventure, and that's plenty for me. I did guess some of the plot twists fairly far ahead of the author reveal, which isn't my favorite thing. Still, a good summer beach read. ( )
  TheBibliophage | Mar 20, 2018 |
This is book two, which I picked up for free from Amazon. It is good, but I feel like I am sinking in backstory, so I am going to stop until I can pick up book one. ( )
  DougGoodman | Apr 7, 2016 |
The author has worked on boats for decades and it shows in this South Seas thriller. Just like the author, the heroine lives on her sailboat. She lost her partner in a deep sea treasure hunt in a previous installment, but they are reunited in this adventure. There is lots of action, sea battles and a poison dart blowing island native. My thanks to the author and Goodreads for a complimentary copy. ( )
  musichick52 | Mar 24, 2015 |
An adventure story of treasure hunting for pacific gold hidden by the Japanese during WWII. Characters are all cliche, they would be even boring if they didn't surprise you with their stupidity. Story line was pretty much predictable. Even the one sex scene was told as though Kling felt she was titillating us while instead I was torn between yawn and laughing at its forced telling. I should give it just one star but for some reason I did read it through and there were a few pages now and then that captured me, so it gets two stars. ( )
  rayski | Oct 28, 2014 |
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Maggie Riley has settled into her new life in Thailand, working aboard her sailboat and doing her best to leave the past behind. When she receives a letter from a World War II vet claiming to have served with her grandfather who went missing in action, Riley is once again pulled into the intrigue that tore her family apart and led to the disappearance of her former search partner--and the love of her life. Armed with the secret code her grandfather left behind, Riley must head to the Philippines to hunt for a mysterious shipwreck, uncover the truth of Yamashita's gold, and find the answers to old questions about her own family.

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