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22gigantes.com - Savannah: a city of masks & riddles, of shadows & light, where alliances and loyalties shift as readily as the tides. The Port of Savannah, the fourth busiest in the nation and the economic engine for the entire state, needs to expand to accommodate the new super-sized container ships that will soon be coming on line. And the proposed harbor expansion is viewed by almost everyone as one of the biggest economic development projects in the country, everyone except influential Marine Biologist Claire Robertson that is. When Claire suddenly goes missing, Private Investigator Ray Fontaine is hired to search for her. At first Ray thinks finding her will be an open and shut case, but behind Savannah's Gothic facade, everyone has a secret. As Ray peels back the layers, he uncovers a growing list of suspects. In order to solve the case, Ray must put himself, and those he cares about, in mortal danger. Reminiscent of Robert Craise, Nelson Demille, and John D. Macdonald at their finest, Savannah Gone is destined to be a classic. Editorial : Ray Fontaine is Jack Reacher with a sense of humor. I Love this character. Amazon er This top-rated mystery-thriller series is on sale for a limited-time to introduce you to the wildly popular character of Ray Fontaine.
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Most helpful customer reviews 25 of 28 people found the following review helpful. Tough guy private eye By Guy with Beard Ray Fontaine is hired to find a missing marine biologist. Could her disappearance be tied to the plans to dredge the Savannah Harbor? Perhaps, her jilted fiance knows something about it. Or is there a darker reason behind her going missing?The tough guy as private eye has been many times before, including such greats as Sam Spade and Mike Hammer. Now, we get Ray Fontaine. At least, that seems to be where the author is aiming. The problem is that Ray doesn't seem to be a tough guy so much as he has read too many tough guy stories. Those other tough guys could handle themselves of course. But it wasn't a knee-jerk first impression reaction. With Ray, it is. He has so much testosterone in him that you would expect him to leave little puddles of it all around. He doesn't work out. Instead, he pounds the weight bag and then slams out some sit ups and push ups. He never simply drives away. He slams it into first , stomps the gas, and leaves rubber as he peels out of the space. He runs up steps and pounds on the door instead of walking up and knocking. He sees everyone male as a rival and every (beautiful) woman as a potential conquest. He interrogates instead of asking questions. Frankly, he comes across more as a macho bully than a tough guy.Despite the main character seemingly always spoiling for a fight, there is almost no actual violence in the story. Ray does work with the police, or at least one. She is a beautiful (naturally) woman that tries to prove she is just as tough and capable as any man. Basically, this means she dresses in a way that doesn't emphasis her body and she cusses a lot. Since Ray is so macho, he also feels the need to cuss frequently. Oftentimes, this cussing is gratuitous and could have been eliminated.Ray does have a softer side though. He is a doting father, even if he only gets to see his daughter infrequently. He also clearly loves Savannah and nature. Of course, he hates tourists that come to share his town and its environment.There is one sex scene that is fairly tepid. It felt like it was included more because it was a tradition of the tough guy detective stories than to help this story in any real way.Finally, the mystery itself was decent and Ray did work for most of what he discovered. But, the ending felt rushed and a little too easy. I'm not sure that I bought that so many people would let Ray get away with his method though, especially taking over interrogations with police present. Also, Ray seems to forget his employer about halfway through the story.This is a self-published story so there are mistakes. Words left out or added when they weren't needed is the most common. There were also a couple of instances where the possessive was shown as plural instead (boats instead of boat's). Unfortunately, this seems to be the norm for this type of publishing anymore.This could have been a really good detective story. But the main character needs to learn the difference between being tough and being a jerk. The author also needs to decide if he wants his story to be a tough guy noir story or a gentler mystery filled with a lot of local color and history. I would consider checking out the next installment of the series, but if nothing changes, that would be the last one I read in the series. 18 of 20 people found the following review helpful. Needs a proofreader. By j williams I used to live in Savannah, so I was excited to find a book based on that great city. I am still reading it, but I have to say that the author really needs to invest in a proofreader. There are so many errors in the book that it is hard to get through. The book would definately get more stars if the author would fix the errors throughout the book and replace this version. Here is one example. "I’ve been hired me to find Claire, and hopefully bring her home safe." Here is another. "“Hey Bev,” I said. “How are you and Dave these days?” “Were good,” she said," 11 of 12 people found the following review helpful. A Great Novel and a Fun Read! By Dan This book is a great read. I love authors who give you a close-up of their city (in this case Savannah) and weave a tale through their intimate knowledge of the place and of human nature. The book is filled with vivid images and right-on portrayals of the characters and I could not help but hark back to the classic detecitve Sam Spade when seeing things from the protagonist's (Ray Fontaine) viewpoint.If you enjoy detective novels with style and class - you will enjoy this book - I promise. See all 274 customer reviews...
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