Dark Waters

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Random House, 2010 - Detective and mystery stories - 328 pages
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When the partially dismembered body of a young man is found in the Florida Everglades, Deborah Jones, star reporter for the Miami Herald, finds herself caught up in a story that has ramifications far beyond anything she could have ever imagined.

The victim had contacted Deborah anonymously just the day before, promising her top secret government documents if she'd agree to a meeting. But he didn't show up, calling to say he feared for his life.

Deborah Jones is a woman not easily deterred by threats. But when a second person dies in mysterious circumstances, it is clear to her and to everyone on her newspaper that Deborah could be the next person on an assassin's list.

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About the author (2010)

Jack Ross is a former journalist. His articles have appeared in newspapers including the Daily Mail, Daily Telegraph, The Scotsman, Daily Express and The Herald. He lives with his wife and two young children in Scotland.

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