The Girl Beneath the Sea by Andrew Mayne – Spotlight and Giveaway

Long and Short Reviews welcomes Andrew Mayne who is celebrating today’s release of The Girl Beneath the Sea. Leave a comment or ask the author a question for a chance to win a copy of the book (US only) — you can read our review of this book here.

Sloan McPherson is tough, resilient and resourceful. Coming from a family who’ve dedicated their lives to the sea, she knows the ins and outs of every South Florida body of water better than most. And she’s even made a career out of her passion for all things underwater, working as the go-to diver for evidence recovery for Lauderdale Shores Police Department. Dedicating herself to fighting crime is her way of distancing herself and her young daughter from some of her scandalous relatives—who made their living as treasure hunters and drug smugglers.

But when Sloan encounters a woman’s body floating in a canal, and her untimely death seems connected to her own past, she finds herself in her own department’s crosshairs as a possible suspect. As she seeks to uncover the truth, she must stay ahead of the real killer, who is backed by a ruthless cartel searching for a lost fortune. Her sole ally is George Solar, the legendary DEA agent who put Sloan’s uncle behind bars. He has first-hand intelligence on just how deep the corruption runs—and the kind of danger Sloan is in. Sloan forms a reluctant partnership with Solar as they race to stay a step ahead of their murderous foes.

About the Author:  Andrew Mayne is an Edgar-nominated author, Thriller award finalist, star of Shark Week and A&E television’s Don’t Trust Andrew Mayne. He’s the author of more than a dozen thrillers, works of science fiction, and books on writing.  His recent novel, The Naturalist, was an Amazon Charts bestseller and spent six weeks as the #1 book on Amazon. His next book, THE GIRL BENEATH THE SEA, will be published by Thomas & Mercer on May 1, 2020.

A wildly innovative illusionist, as the star of Don’t Trust Andrew Mayne he’s performed his unique brand of magic on five continents, his YouTube video have millions of views, and he’s cultivated thousands of fans who call themselves, “Mayniacs.” He created his own style of magic called “Shock Magic,” combining the impact of large-scale illusion with the in-your-face approach of street magic. It’s fun, it’s irreverent, it’s the next evolution in magic. Andrew’s effects range from making ghosts appear on cell phones, shrinking himself to one foot tall and making a town think they were besieged by UFOs. His magic has even been performed for astronauts on the International Space Station. Andrew has invented over 400 magic effects and published 45 books and videos on the art of illusion. On the leading edge of magic and pop culture, he was among the first to invent magic for the iPhone (even before there were apps) via his website – that’s since been performed on millions of people.

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Andrew Mayne grew up in South Florida and was always in and out of the water—swimming, diving and exploring.  He now lives in Los Angeles, California.

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  1. Debra Guyette says

    Thanks fort he great post. I loved learning about the book.

  2. kim hansen says

    You live in LA but the story is set in South Florida have you visited or lived in South Florida?

  3. Diana Hardt says

    I liked the synopsis and review. It sounds like a really interesting book, very intriguing. Thank you for sharing.

  4. Katrina Dehart says

    This sounds so good! Thank you for sharing

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