Red Tide

Red Tide An abandoned research vessel in the Gulf of Mexico Five dead marine scientists who were tracking a furtive tanker for offshore dumping While Government agencies squabble over jurisdiction for the kill

  • Title: Red Tide
  • Author: E.C. Ayres
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 370
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • An abandoned research vessel in the Gulf of Mexico Five dead marine scientists who were tracking a furtive tanker for offshore dumping While Government agencies squabble over jurisdiction for the killings no one is taking responsibility for the tanker That unwanted task falls at last to Tony Lowell a pot smoking environmentalist and private investigator who knows the GAn abandoned research vessel in the Gulf of Mexico Five dead marine scientists who were tracking a furtive tanker for offshore dumping While Government agencies squabble over jurisdiction for the killings no one is taking responsibility for the tanker That unwanted task falls at last to Tony Lowell a pot smoking environmentalist and private investigator who knows the Gulf and knows how to sail Lowell is laid back as only a former Navy SEAL turned hippy can be a nonconformist who refuses to carry a gun But he is now the last man left with skills and knowledge of the Gulf who is willing to face an unknown terror at sea and prevent a global environmental catastrophe.

    One thought on “Red Tide”

    1. Not my style of storyI really struggled with this book and ended up not finishing it. Not because it's not a good story but it was not a story I cared at all about . The author provides plenty of details about boating which dragged the story out for me. Also the author and I clearly don't share the same political ideologies. Two suggestions for the author. Don't use so many darn exclamation points. They are annoying. Also, the first few pages need another trip to the editor

    2. I absolutely loved this book. The cove is so gorgeous and looks kinda relaxing The colors are very good and well chosen The blurb drew me in because it had a little suspense in it. Lowell is a good character. He's ex Navy Seal that has turned to be a hippy. He's very good at his job though and he's determined to find answers. I can't wait to read more books by this author

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