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Shark Eater

4.64  ·  Rating details ·  11 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Archaeologists, Decker and Callie Hayden, pair up with salvager, Dax Drake, to investigate what appears to be one of the Galleons from the Spanish fleet that was shipwrecked after the 1539 hurricane off the Bahama shores. In their search, they discover more than what they had bargained for and ultimately puts the entire crew of the Shark Eater’s lives in jeopardy. Filled w ...more
Kindle Edition, 212 pages
Published September 25th 2017 by Amazon
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Feb 13, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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Shark Eater is a name of a ship in which the crew are in search of treasures in the ocean. Dax and his team get attacked by pirates and manage to turn them in. The crew believes that things are behind them and while asking for grants to do a dive on a ship dating back to the 1500s. 

They meet decker and Cassie Hayden who also enjoy diving to explore archaeology and are asked to come along. Through the trip they find a ship dumping near where they are diving and everything goes to crap. 

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Jena Henry
Nov 13, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
“Have any plans to get out of this? Decker shrugged. “Fresh out of ideas. How about you?”

Shark Eater! What an exciting title! And this fast-paced and engaging book lives up to its name and hooks the reader with plenty of intrigue and adventure.

Shark Eater is a salvage ship. The story of this ship provides a fresh plot and storyline. From Hawaii to the Caribbean, from tales of Captain Cook to shipwrecked Spanish galleons, paired with great scenes of scuba dives, treasure hunts and underwater arch
Chris Pridmore
Feb 10, 2018 rated it really liked it
Disclaimer first; I was given a free e-copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

Shark Eater is an action adventure story, the sequel to The Monkey Idol, and continues in the much the same feel as it’s predecessor. The story is still centred around Decker and Callie, two people who are ostensibly archaeologists, but seem to suffer from the same problem as the great Indiana Jones and forget this fact on regular occasions. This is fortunate however, as I the book would fail to fulfil its
Joe Congel
Jan 10, 2019 rated it it was amazing
If you're a fan of Clive Cussler's Sam and Remi Fargo or David Wood's Maddock and Bones, you will enjoy the adventures of K.D. McNiven's Decker and Callie. There is plenty of heart-pounding action as Archaeologists, Decker and Callie, partnering with salvager/treasure hunter Dax Drake, get caught up in a mystery that quickly turns deadly. While on a deep-sea dive exploring a sunken, 16th century Spanish fleet galleon, the team make a discovery that puts the entire crew at risk. Gunfire, explosiv ...more
Jennie Rosenblum
Jan 11, 2018 rated it liked it
This is an adventure/action book and the story really keeps you moving at a quick pace. It reminded me of a Clive Cussler book. There are almost two separate plots. The first is the story of Decker & Callie with salvager Dax and their search for a shipwreck from the 1500’s but the second is Garrett (Decker’s dad) with his new wife diving and finding coins on their honeymoon.
This was a tough review to write because I did like the story and it kept me engaged. However the adventures almost se
P.J. Skinner
Jan 19, 2019 rated it really liked it
Another fast paced adventure with Decker and Callie. Packed with action and heart pumping fights and narrow escapes. Two main parallel story lines keep the action flowing and the author pulls no punches when it comes to the resulting denouements. An adventure for fans of Clive Cussler and frenetic action and set piece fight scenes.
Michael Shaffer
Oct 21, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A rollicking adventure that starts out quickly and only accelerates from there! But not just a standard "action-adventure", as this book delves into the intricacies of professional divers searching for wrecks and history. The book is very much a cross of Allan Quartermain and Jacques Cousteau, with a bit of Magnum PI thrown in for intrigue. A fun read for all ages!
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“India’s black spaghetti-strapped tank revealed a cutlass tattoo on her right shoulder.  Her jet-black hair was disheveled and tumbled over her narrow shoulders giving her the appearance of an untamed lioness, ready to pounce on her prey.  Intense, dark eyes were leveled on the approaching boat.  With a quick jerk, she flipped the butt of her rifle to her shoulder and firmly planted it to prepare for the imminent attack.” 0 likes
“In a flash, the helicopter began a corkscrew dive, coming directly for them. Decker frantically pushed himself to his feet and took off on a dead run.” 0 likes
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