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Fatal Tide by Iris Johansen
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Apr 16, 2008

it was amazing
bookshelves: favorites, suspense-thriller

In Fatal Tide, Iris Johansen delivered us with another gripping tale and adventure. She took us down to the bottom of the ocean and up to the surface. Melis Nemid was a marine researcher who knew all about the deepest and darkest lurking dangers in the water. And that included a secret deadly mystery at the bottom of the ocean. Only one oceanographer came close of finding out about it and later disappeared from the face of the earth. Melis was the last one who knew about the fatal truth and tried to put the past behind her, while someone evil was willing to bury the truth with her dead. In a wake of massive destruction and ruin, a savage killer ruined her peace and quiet home, while she studied dolphin behavior at her Caribbean home. Only one person who can save her--that fellow male oceanographer--and he would seek to get to know her secret, her trust and her life--and what he really wanted from her, she wouldn't know until it was too late, when she would relive her fatal nightmares and might not survive from them all.


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