Book Hunters in Brief #126: Murder on the Beach

There's something about stories of trouble in paradise that strike a particularly resonant chord with humans--Judaism and Christianity are far from the only religions that begin with a fall from an earthly Eden. Why? Beats me, but its something for us all to ponder this summer as we lay on a beach with a tall frosty one beside us and the sand between our toes. Book Hunters has a few suggestions to fill your beach bag with.

Palm Beach Nasty by Tom Turner

Grandad, There's a Head on the Beach by Colin Cotterill

Beach Bags and Burglaries by Dorothy Howell

Bones on the Beach : Mafia, Murder and the True Story of an Undercover Cop Who Went Under the Covers with a Wiseguy by Peter Davidson 

Hurricane Bay by Heather Graham

Galveston : a Novel by Nic Pizzolatto

You say you prefer your bloodshed by a roaring fire? Fine with us. Book Hunters will create a reading list of books that will fit you way better than the speedo fits the hairy dude two strutting along shore.