There's no rest for the wicked, nor the retired CIA.
Former agents Nick Seven and Felicia Hagens take a vacation to Virginia Beach to get away from it all, but just can't seem to separate business from pleasure. When a criminal Felicia thought long dead reappears aboard a luxury yacht, he re-opens old wounds that won't heal until Felicia brings him to justice and finds closure for herself.
Although book 5 in a series, Catch and Release stands on its own, bringing both the characters and plot clearly to life for the reader. You can practically hear Felicia's West Indies twang coming through in the dialogue. The author's understanding of boats, boating and guns is also evident and lends great authenticity to the action.
However, a few of the secondary characters seemed a bit cardboardish, and their names even more so. (Sorry Mr. Smith, but the name Bones McCoy was already taken years ago by a fairly famous sci-fi series!)
Overall well written with enough fast-paced action to keep you reading all in one go. This Catch of the Day is served with a little spice on the side. Recommended fare!