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Randy Wayne White has long been known for suspenseful plots, complex characters, and an extraordinary sense of place. His new series has them all—and then some.
Hannah Smith: a tall, strong, formidable Florida woman, the descendant of generations of strong Florida women. She makes her living as a fishing guide, but her friends, neighbors, and clients also know her as an uncommonly resourceful woman with a keen sense of justice—someone who can’t be bullied—and they have taken to coming to her with their problems.
Her methods can be unorthodox, though, and those on the receiving end of them often wind up very unhappy—and sometimes very violent. And when a girl goes missing, and Hannah is asked to find her, that is exactly what happens. . . .
About the Author
Randy Wayne White is a columnist for "Outside Magazine", the host of "On the Water," a PBS television series, and a veteran Sanibel Island fishing guide. He is the author of books including "Sanibel Flats", "The Heat Islands", and "The Man Who Invented Florida". He lives with his family in Ft. Myers, Florida.
Praise for Gone by Randy Wayne White:
“In his Doc Ford novels, Randy Wayne White plumbs the shallows of the Gulf waters and the depths of the human heart. But in his newest thriller, Gone, he gives us Hannah Smith, a gutsy new heroine to root for, and a plot that crackles with the electricity of a Florida thunderstorm. Gone won’t be long forgotten.”—P. J. Parrish, author of the New York Times-bestselling Louis Kincaid thrillers
“A heroine who’s just as stubborn and capable and even more appealing than White’s Doc Ford.”—Kirkus