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Reviewed by Divine Zape for Readers' Favorite
Neptune's Watch by Ronald G. Munro is an enthralling thriller with a very complex protagonist and it will have great appeal to fans of sleuth/detective novels with strong female characters. Detective Cynthia “Syd” Brogan suffered a traumatic injury a year ago, and she has barely recovered from the trauma, occasionally having flashes of the gruesome experience. The good news is that she has been cleared for duty. An investigation into the death of a vagrant leads her to the shady “emperor of the homeless” and clues to a terrible crime, but no one believes her. The threat escalates and Syd knows the danger is far worse than imagined and that the peaceful community of Virginia Beach is about to be shaken to its very roots. Now on modified duty and pending psychological review, Syd risks everything to uncover the truth, but for how long can she survive?
Ronald G. Munro has the gift of storytelling and knows how to get the attention of readers and keep them turning the pages. I love books with strong and memorable characters and this author has created one such character in Detective Cynthia “Syd” Brogan. The protagonist got my attention immediately because she is genuinely flawed, a woman haunted by a painful experience. But she has an unusual sense of courage, which drives her to near impulsiveness. At every moment I thought something awful could happen to her, and it is this feeling that the author ignites in readers, reinforcing it with the skillful use of suspense. Neptune's Watch is well plotted; a thriller that offers huge entertainment to readers.