A Home With No Roof is the author's second book in his Scott Mathias Detective series. This mystery/thriller is set on the island of Bermuda, where the NH native, Wayne W. Whicher, has travelled to often. Whicher loves to transport his readers to the picture-perfect island where he has enjoyed many long "research" vacations. Scott Mathias is working three cases at once on the otherwise tranquil island. A variety of girls have been abducted from cruise ships docked at port. A pimp-like killer is harrassing the island's homeless people, and a new friend of Scott's has now gone missing. She loved her Italian food, much to her own demise. Follow Scott from end to end of picturesque Bermuda as he attempts to solve the myraid of cases that he is working on. One, two, buckle my shoe. Three, four, out the door. The first person, disturbed, psychotic killer rhymes to himself. Because it makes him smile. When taking out the trash and disposing of his victims, this main character of the book mutters. "Four rocks, not three or even five, but four rocks. Four is a perfect number." I suppose that he's pretty well convinced that four rocks will do the trick to weigh down the body that he floats out into the ocean inside a plastic bag. The trash. It sinks down into the teal, crystal clear waters and disappears beneath the surface. If you enjoy "A Home With No Roof," go back to the beginning of it all with Detective Mathias in the first novel of the series, "Sunset over the Hermes."