Beach Wedding - Michael Ledwidge

Beach Wedding

By Michael Ledwidge

  • Release Date: 2022-02-15
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4
4
From 430 Ratings

Description

"Michael Ledwidge writing solo is even better than Michael Ledwidge and James Patterson. Beach Wedding is his best yet. Incredible wealth, beach houses, murder, dysfunctional families—how can you beat all that? READ THIS BOOK!" —James Patterson on Beach Wedding

A high-society wedding party stirs up new evidence in an unsolved murder in this thrilling stand-alone from the New York Times bestselling coauthor of James Patterson’s Now You See Her and The Quickie.

Hamptons sand… Hamptons money… Hamptons murder…

When Terry Rourke is invited to the spare-no-expense beach wedding of his hedge fund manager brother, he thinks that his biggest worry will be flubbing the champagne toast. But this isn’t the first time Terry has been to the Hamptons.

As the designer tuxedos are laid out and the flowers arranged along the glittering surf, Terry can’t help but take another look at a decades-old murder trial that rocked the very foundations of the town—and his family. He soon learns that digging up billion-dollar sand can be a very dangerous activity. The kind of danger that can very quickly turn even the most beautiful beach wedding into a wake.

Reviews

  • Fun. Funny and it’s like you sat in a bar and had a few and a guy just started telling stories

    5
    By Paleo Schnauzer
    Despite some serious subject matter like death and murder Terry our narrator tells the story like a guy in a bar, any bar but most likely a Philly bar or a Boston bar because he sounds like a guy I met, also Irish who would tell the best stories. I bet the audio book version is a howl!
  • Great thriller

    5
    By Customer Service Skills
    Page turner. I was unable to put this book down
  • Editor Needed

    2
    By PollyJames46
    I had to stop at page 18 to comment on the unmitigated massacre of the written English language. The sentence structure is appalling and writing unsophisticated. While the story may well carry the day, someone needs a lesson in editing.