Sea Hunter: A Novel of Suspense

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Harper Collins, Nov 25, 2003 - Fiction - 374 pages
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There is something swimming beneath the placid surface of Caribbean waters -- something sleek and frightening, an inexplicable perversion of the natural order.

Virgin Islands charter captain David Hope has seen it, and his passenger, beautiful renegade filmmaker Sally Moffitt, has captured its image. Now they have something that one man will do anything to possess. William Tree, the commander of a towering high-tech research vessel and scion of one of America's wealthiest, most powerful families, lives his life in single-minded pursuit of a dark and brilliant vision that the world will soon recognize . . . and fear. But Hope and Moffitt cannot trust this amiable, eccentric, and dangerous man. And they intend to keep their secret hidden, even as a nightmare, uncontained, rises up from the depths, setting them off on a breakneck hunt for answers to the greatest and most devastating mystery the seas have ever nurtured.

A mystery that is now, ruthlessly and relentlessly, hunting them . . .

 

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Story: This book follows David Hope and Sally Moffit as they attempt to track down what they think is a new type of dolphin. Hope is overly cautious as he blames himself for the death of his ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
6
Section 3
11
Section 4
23
Section 5
31
Section 6
45
Section 7
62
Section 8
70
Section 22
210
Section 23
217
Section 24
228
Section 25
238
Section 26
245
Section 27
251
Section 28
261
Section 29
271

Section 9
77
Section 10
84
Section 11
97
Section 12
120
Section 13
131
Section 14
139
Section 15
155
Section 16
165
Section 17
170
Section 18
182
Section 19
194
Section 20
201
Section 21
204
Section 30
284
Section 31
293
Section 32
304
Section 33
311
Section 34
317
Section 35
325
Section 36
334
Section 37
341
Section 38
344
Section 39
351
Section 40
361
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About the author (2003)

Like his grandfather, who wandered the South Seas in the last of the square-rigged trading vessels, Paul Garrison spends as much time as he can at sea working with boats, tugs, and ships. He is the author of Fire and Ice, Red Sky at Morning, Buried at Sea, and Sea Hunter.

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