Bahamas Blue

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St. Martin's Press, Dec 15, 1992 - Fiction - 289 pages
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400 feet deep, in the treacherous waters of green turtle cay, lies the world's most dangerous cargo...waiting for the world's most daring diver.

Salvage diver Tiller Galloway vowed he would never work for "The Baptist" again. Until the menacing kingpin makes him an offer he can't refuse, sending him deep into the beautiful blue Caribbean to raise fifty tons of cargo-- a dive to the razor's edge of death. Caught in the cross fire of a crazed underboss and hostile islanders, Tiller takes on a nightmare of double crosses, as a scenario more sinister than he ever imagined begins to unfold.

From the author of Down to a Sunless Sea comes this shattering sequel to Hatteras Blue, a tale as explosive as those of Clive Cussler and Peter Benchley, and packed with some of the most breathless undersea scenes ever written.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Cocaine executives drag a newly drug-free diver back into their murky business—then force him to raise a freighter that sank off the Bahamas with a large and valuable load of abusable substances. The ... Read full review

Bahamas blue: a Tiller Galloway thriller

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Poyer, author of various sea stories, here continues the adventures of Tiller Galloway, diver and reformed smuggler, who was introduced in Hatteras Blue ( LJ 5/1/89 ) . Tiller and his partner Shad ... Read full review

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About the author (1992)

David Poyer is a sport diver, sailor, and marine engineer whose fifteen novels have entertained millions of readers in many languages around the world. His bestselling sea fiction includes The Med, The Gulf, The Circle, and The Passage. His work is required reading in the Literature of the Sea course at the U.S. Naval Academy, where he was recently a Distinguished Visiting Author. Other Tiller Galloway novels are Hatteras Blue, Louisiana Blue and Down to a Sunless Sea, all available from St. Martin's Paperbacks. He lives in Virginia with his wife and daughter.

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