Buzzard Bay by Bob Ferguson

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Bob Green and his family get the opportunity of a lifetime by becoming involved in a new farming project in the Bahamas. A plane crash confirms his suspicions as to why the farm has been operating at a loss. The project is not what it seems on the outside. The discovery of drugs on the airplane put all their lives in jeopardy. Instead of leaving well enough alone, Green decides to fight back. He becomes involved in a world of intrigue, sex, violence, and drugs. In doing so, he finds out that their is a fine line between good and evil.
An assassination attempt in Canada goes terribly wrong during a vicious snowstorm. When the sky clears and the bodies pile up, it becomes quite apparent that this was no hunting accident. Two men escaped. Bob Green was motivated by the love of his wife and family, Henekie by the death of his best friend and mentor, but mostly by greed. Unwittingly, these two bitter enemies become embroiled in a bitter power struggle between a Columbian drug lord and the CIA in the Bahamas.

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Bob Ferguson is a Fitzhenry and Whiteside author.
Published September 14, 2012 by Xlibris. 630 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The sweetness of the enduring love between Bob and July provides respite from the violence and keeps the reader squarely in their corner, and the storyline provides an interesting take on the many roads big money travels to thwart any war on drugs.

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In the song “White Powder” that appears on the first page of Buzzard Bay, Bob Ferguson shares an ominous warning with Bahamian locals and tourists alike.

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