Sail, by James Patterson. This was my second James Patterson novel. This book is about a widowed and now remarried mother who wants to take her kids on a sailing trip so that the family can bond/reconnect/etc. The new husband has other plans. Patterson must not think that his readers have an attention span. Each chapter is only one to three pages long.
The book is a page turner. However, it is not really a clever murder mystery. Reading this book is like eating sponge cake. Not very satisfying.