The Triangle has 10 episodes, available from The Triangle’s page at Serial Box starting April 24th.

Publisher: Serial Box 2019
Writers: Dan Koboldt, Mindy McGinnis, and Sylvia Spruck Wrigley.
Format: eARC

In the previous episode, Dumont and Hammond were able to pinpoint the area where the compass interferences come from and Vice Admiral Segarra took the team and two soldiers and they’re heading to that point. However, a storm is rising and they need to hurry so that they can arrive to their mysterious destination before the storm hits.

Inspector Marie St. Clair from Antigua’s police patrols the Bermuda area. She fights against smugglers and keeps the area safe for tourists who are essential to the country’s economy. When she sees a mysterious boat, she heads right there, intent on stopping it from going any further. She bullies her way into the boat when the storm hits.

The small boat struggles in the storm. It hits something metallic and the bottom is torn. One of the soldiers dies. However, they finally hit land and struggle out of the boat. Dumont saves the radio but she’s unable to save the antenna so the radio isn’t much use. The other soldier hits her head and is grievously wounded, falling unconscious.

When the storm finally dies, the small group returns to the wreck which was their boat. But it’s been stripped clean. They’re not alone!

Marie St. Clair is a a no-nonsense professional and focused on her job. Hammond is starting to notice how attractive Dumont is but he also feels guilty thinking about another woman than her fiancee who died in a flying accident (or is it an accident?). Personally, I’m not a romance reader and I’m really hoping that romance doesn’t take over.

The mysteries deepen. While Marie knows the islands in this region, she doesn’t know the island the group is on; it shouldn’t be there. That it may have inhabitants is baffling. The group is also in trouble because the wounded soldier needs urgent medical care. The episode ends in a cliffhanger.

McBride continues to add some humor in otherwise very grim situation: he salvages a copy of his book, claiming that it will be of use.

A very good continuation with more mysteries.

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