At the same time, Joe Gunther has learned that his girlfriend Lyn Silva's fisherman father and brother, believed lost at sea off the coast of Maine, might have actually been murdered. Without enough solid information to warrant law-enforcement involvement, Lyn returns to Maine to try and investigate Gunther's findings. Gunther periodically puts his ongoing murder investigation on hold - irritating his colleagues and angering his bosses - to go and help Lyn in Maine. It appears increasingly possible that her father and brother weren't the good guys that Lyn always believed them to be and that they might have been involved with vicious smugglers who murdered them - and might do the same to Lyn if she keeps pushing.
Torn between his conscience and his heart, a murder investigation and a personal search for the truth, Gunther finds that betrayal and loyalty are often a matter of viewpoint.
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- L. E. LoPiccolo
This has been one of the worst of Mr Mayor’s stories AND ONCE AGAIN, performances! The murder story was good but the Silva backstory was a dud. Mr Dufris’ performance was TERRIBLE—he makes Gunther sound like he’s 85 years old and his other voices are so bad, I just can’t find the appropriate words to describe how bad they were. The Lynn Silva character story line is also very disappointing. I’m so disappointed that this was the best Mr Mayor could come up with if he had dried up his creativity with the Gail character! The whole thing was boring and disappointing. I reluctantly gave a “1” performance rating because the review REQUIRED a rating-in truth, it should be a MINUS 1.
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