Danger on the Atlantic is the third novel in Erica Ruth Neubauer’s series set in the 1920s, featuring American war widow Jane Wunderly and the handsome, enigmatic Englishman Redvers, the only man who might change Jane’s mind about remarriage. As readers of the previous two books, Murder at the Mena House and Murder at Wedgefield Manor, will know, Jane was traumatized by her abusive first marriage and still has scars on her back. She was relieved when her husband was killed in World War I. For years she has refused to consider the thought of another marriage. Then she met Redvers while working on a case in Egypt in the first book of the series, and their relationship has developed steadily through the next two books. She cannot deny her attraction to Redvers, but she is still fearful about marriage, even though she knows he is nothing like her first husband.