Amateur sleuth McKenna’s latest client is ten-year-old surfing sensation Kai Palakiko. Kai is precocious, fearless, and determined to prove her nanny is not a murderer. Against his better judgement, McKenna agrees to help but soon finds the woman he’s trying to save is in the middle of a government coverup involving the US Army. Now, McKenna’s afraid he’s uncovered something far worse than murder.
McKenna’s latest client is ten-years-old and won’t take no for an answer…
McKenna and his friends are taking a sunset cruise off the coast of Honolulu when they discover a stowaway. The stowaway turns out to be ten-year-old Kai Palakiko, one of O‘ahu’s best young surfers.
Kai insists she needs to hire a private investigator so she can prove her nanny isn’t a murderer. McKenna reminds everyone he’s only an amateur sleuth, not a PI. Kai’s determination and charm endear her to his friends on the cruise and, despite his better judgment, McKenna agrees to help.
Almost immediately, McKenna realizes Kai will be the worst possible client. She’s precocious, strong-willed, and has a nasty habit of interfering in the investigation. He also discovers the woman he’s trying to help appears to be lying about her involvement in the murder. The worst part is she’s somehow involved in a government cover-up involving the US Army and secrets nobody wants unearthed.
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