When the U.N. sends Mara Tusconi to Haida Gwaii off British Columbia, she’s thrilled. The archipelago is both a spectacular rainforest and sea kayak destination. But as she untangles a climate change crime, Mara confronts the Haida Nation’s mistrust of outsiders like her, spiteful spirits that aren’t suppose to exist, and a baffling death.
2017 Forward Review
A fine entry in D’Avanzo’s oceanography-themed series, which fills an unusual niche in the mystery genre.
George Smith, Bangor Daily News Outdoor Editor
D’Avanzo writes a compelling novel that take you to wonderful sea-side places where terrible things happen.