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Deep Blue (Mass Market Paperbound)
Doc Ford has long lived a double life. This time, it may finally have caught up to him. An electrifying New York Times-bestselling novel.
-I'll make an example of someone close to you.-
On a moonless night on Sanibel Island, Florida, marine biologist Marion -Doc- Ford carefully watches a video of a hooded man executing three hostages. The man is an American working with ISIS, and in the next few days, it'll be Ford's job, as part of his shadowy second life, to make sure the man never kills anybody else again.
But a lot can go wrong in a few days, and Ford has no way of knowing that not only will the operation prove to be a lot more complicated than he has anticipated, but that he'll end up bringing those complications back with him to the small community of boaters, guides, lovers, and friends in Dinkin's Bay, where he's long made his home.
Someone has taken Ford's actions very personally, and now no one there is safe--least of all, Ford himself.USA.
About the Author
Randy Wayne White has written twenty-three Doc Ford books, beginning with The Heat Islands, and most recently Bone Deep and Cuba Straits. He has also had four collections of his columns for Outside magazine and elsewhere published--and the new Hannah Smith novels Gone, Deceived, Haunted, and Seduced. In 2002, a one-hour documentary film titled The Gift of the Game, about White's trip to Cuba to find the remnants of the Little League teams founded by Ernest Hemingway in the days before Castro, won the -Best of the Fest- award from the 2002 Woods Hole Film Festival, then was bought by PBS and broadcast station by station in the spring and summer of 2003. A veteran fishing guide who at one time had his own local PBS show, White lives in an old house on an Indian mound in Pineland, Florida.