Undercurrents

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Penguin Publishing Group, 2013 - Fiction - 323 pages
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Scuba diving off the Galápagos Islands, wildlife biologist and freelance writer Summer “Sam” Westin is not only out of her element—she's plunged right into a dangerous conflict between fishermen and environmentalists…

When Sam is hired to cover a marine survey expedition to the Galápagos, she jumps at the opportunity—though she has to fudge the truth about her diving expertise. But amidst the giant tortoises, marine iguanas, and schooling hammerheads of Darwin's enchanted islands, Sam gets caught up in deadly game of survival of the fittest, and her dream assignment turns into a nightmare.

When her diving partner's air supply is contaminated with carbon monoxide on their very first dive, she wonders if someone is trying to sabotage the expedition. Sea cucumbers and shark fins are valuable commodities in the Asian market. How far will the poachers go? With no one watching their backs, Sam starts to suspect they may already be in over their heads—dealing with human predators more deadly than any shark…

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User Review  - cathyskye - LibraryThing

In the space of three books, the Sam Westin environmental mysteries have become some of my favorites. If you enjoy Nevada Barr's Anna Pigeon novels, you're definitely going to want to read Beason's ... Read full review

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About the author (2013)

Pamela Beason has worked as a private investigator and is the award-winning author of multiple nonfiction how-to books as well as mysteries and romances.

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