This is the third of the Koa Kane Hawaiian mysteries. I think that Robert McCall is going to go far in the publishing arena. This book had a very complex plot and plenty of action. A volcanic event as opposed to an eruption causes death and devastation in an elementary school. Who was responsible and was it criminal neglect?
As side plots Koa is dealing with his own secret and with the incarceration of his brother who is enormously antisocial. The cast of characters is diverse and venal. The author makes you despair over the extent that greed can overwhelm ethics and common sense.
I really enjoyed the book and recommend it.
This book may have been received free of charge from a publisher or a publicist. That will NEVER have a bearing on my recommendations.