Book Drowning in Shallow Water
The novel opens with protagonist Gavin Carter, an Australian procurement consultant, sniffing out corruption during a business deal in India and escaping with his life. His investigation unfortunately leads to the tragic death of the woman he loves.
The narrative then makes a 180-degree turn when Carter decides to pursue his lifelong dream of designing a yacht that’s small and easy to transport, but with enough space to offer retiring baby-boomers the comfort they seek. Carter finds a partner who can help finance the manufacturing. Soon enough, he has a company in Singapore willing to buy the first 10 boats when they’re ready.
The plot turns to crime when it takes a deeper look at Carter’s financing partner Harry Grant, a professor of environmental science who ran a reef research project, and how he got the money to invest in Carter’s venture. Other main players in the story include Grant’s romantic partner, who is the wife of Grant’s former reef research partner, who has disappeared, and the woman who works for the company that’s purchasing Carter’s yachts, with whom Carter falls in love.
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