Blackwater Sound

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Center Point Pub., 2002 - Fiction - 392 pages
The Braswell family had everything: money, looks and power. Then tragedy struck, and the powerful owners of MicroDyne lost their eldest son in a grotesque fishing accident. Ten years later, an airliner crashes in the steamy shallows off the Florida coast. Helping to pull corpses from the water, Thorn finds himself drawn into a bizarre conspiracy.

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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

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Section 2
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Section 3
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James W. Hall was born in Hopkinsville, Kentucky. After graduating from Eckerd College in Florida and earning additional degrees from John Hopkins University and the University of Utah, He began to write poetry. Among his published books of poetry are The Lady from the Dark Green Hills, The Mating Reflex, and False Statements. Following his successful 20-year career as a poet, he decided it was time to switch gears and try his hand at writing fictional crime novels. He published his first novel, Under Cover of Daylight, in 1987. Since then he has written over 15 novels including the Thorn Mysteries series, Bones of Coral, Hard Aground, Rough Draft, and Forests of the Night. Several of his novels have been optioned for film and he has written screenplays for two of those projects. He is a professor of literature and writing at Florida International University.

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