Synopses & Reviews
Its cool gulf breezes lured him from a life of danger. Its dark undercurrents threatened to destroy him.
After ten years of living life on the edge, it was hard for Doc Ford to get that addiction to danger out of his system. But spending each day watching the sun melt into Dinkins Bay and the moon rise over the mangrove trees, cooking dinner for his beautiful neighbor, and dispensing advice to the locals over a cold beer lulled him into letting his guard down.
Then Rafe Hollins appeared.
How could he refuse his old friend's request-even if it would put him back on the firing line? Even if it would change forever the life he'd built here on Sanibel Island?
"A major new talent...hits the ground running...a virtually perfect piece of work. He's the best new writer we've encountered since Carl Hiassen. White's stylish narrative never falters. This is a book that's got everything and then some..." --Denver Post
"He describes southwestern Florida so well it's easy to smell the salt tang in the air and feel the cool gulf breeze." --Mansfield News Journal
"Stylish written!" --Kirkus Reviews
"[The] first appearance of intelligent, likable Doc Ford will leave readers hoping to see him again." --Publishers Weekly
"A promising debut from another Floridian who can turn a phrase." --Booklist
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 lives with his family in Ft. Myers, Florida.