Blackwater Sound: A Novel
The Braswell family had everything people would kill for: money, looks, power. But their eldest son, the family's shining light, died in a bizarre fishing accident. And when he disappeared-hauled into the depths by the giant marlin he had been fighting-he took with him a secret so corrupt that it could destroy the Braswells.
A tall, black-haired woman with shadowy Italian eyes. A violinist with the Miami Symphony till she'd met and married A. J. Braswell. Now a vigilant mom. Too vigilant. She and Morgan hadn't spoken for days. A bitter standoff.
The one in the white sweatshirt was a frail woman with weak blue eyes . A triangular chunk of flesh was missing from her cheek . The business suit thanked him and the other woman peered at him , then her face collapsed and she began to ...
go of the delicate woman and leaned over to grab the elbow. She swung forward, then drew back with the arm in her hand. A bloody stump severed at the shoulder. She held it up for Thorn to see, then dropped it back in the poisoned Water.
woman scooped him into her arms and the young man stiffened , then went slack . The black woman continued to hold him , rocking him gently and crooning what sounded like a lullaby . The deck of his skiff sloshed with blood .
A woman with a blond helmet of hair and perfect teeth , followed by a cameraman , jabbed a microphone in his face , and he shoved it away and kept on walking . Gulping the beer , he followed the brightest lights to the pavilion near the ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ikeman100 - LibraryThing
This is my first book by this author. He's a good writer but I might not finish the book. I'm currently in search of good thriller writers I have run out of John D. McDonald and Lee Child books. I've ... Read full review
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Loved this installment in the Thorn series and when I passed it along to the bartender at Nippers on Guana Cay, she gave me a couple free drinks! No library on the island and they love James W. Hall books! Read full review