Suspense Sunday #17

Every Sunday I feature a title from an often overlooked genre: Suspense!These are books I’ve read and highly recommend to anyone that loves agood mystery or crime story, sometimes with a little humor thrown in!

Today’s feature title is: Mr. Clarinet by Nick Stone

Synopsis:

Prison after serving hard time for murder—his adored wife died in a car crash while he was locked up. Now Miami’s one-time top detective is haunted by an empty house, bad memories . . . and an impossible job offer for obscenely good money. Three years ago, Charlie Carver, the five-year-old son of a powerful Haitian billionaire, vanished. His father is offering Max $15 million to bring the boy back—or, at the very least, to find his body and deliver his abductors.
Max knows he should turn this case down. There’s no way the kid is still alive, and pursuing his ghost means plunging headfirst into Haiti, a steaming island hotbed of crime, greed, voodoo, and corruption. And the three detectives who preceded Mingus are all dead . . . or worse. But Max has nothing left to lose—even if his investigation stirs up a murky evil that can swallow a man whole . . . and leads him to the soul-destroying truth about a terrifying local myth, a child-stealing nightmare called “Mr. Clarinet.”

*Mr. Clarinet is the first of a wonderful, spine-tingling series featuring private detective Max Mingus. Nick Stone is a master of dread, and this terrifying tale of voodoo and corruption will thrill even the most jaded mystery connoisseur.

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