Tapping the Source

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Westview Press, Dec 10, 2005 - Sports & Recreation - 300 pages
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People go to Huntington Beach in search of the endless parties, the ultimate highs and the perfect waves. Ike Tucker has come to look for his missing sister and for the three men who may have murdered her. In that place of gilded surfers and sun-bleached blondes, Ike's search takes him on a journey through a twisted world of crazed Vietnam vets, sadistic surfers, drug dealers, and mysterious seducers. Ike looks into the shadows and finds parties that drift towards pointless violence, joyless vacations and highs you might never come down from ... and a sea of old hatreds and dreams gone bad. And if he's not careful, his is a journey from which he will never return.

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User Review  - Lucy - Goodreads

This book really casts a spell. It beautifully captures a time and place, and the mystery at the center of the story is terrifically compelling. In Ike Tucker it captures that terrifying, thrilling ... Read full review

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Will never finish! Read full review

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About the author (2005)

Kem Nunn spent his youth in Southern California surfing and working on boats and did not go to college to study the writer's craft until he was nearly 30. Kem Nunn now lives in Northern California, has contributed articles to Surfer Magazine, and added university work and screenwriting to his list of occupations alongside his fiction.

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