Landfall by Tony Gibbs
A Novel

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Charter boat captain Gillian Verdean is suspicious of his latest passenger--a self-proclaimed terrorist hunter--but when U.S. Intelligence gets involved, the stakes are raised considerably to include a possible terrorist attack on a cruise ship. 15,000 first printing.

About Tony Gibbs

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Gibbs is the senior editor of Islands, an international travel magazine.
Published November 1, 1992 by William Morrow & Co. 251 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Ex-spook Barr's personal radar warns him to have nothing to do with Adler's little war, but the CIA's grand old man in the Caribbean, with the help of a little blackmail, convinces Barr that it would be better to go along and find out what on earth Adler is up to.

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The third entry in Gibbs's nautical mystery series (launched with Dead Run ) boasts strong characters, plenty of rocky romance and a convoluted plot that requires readers to transfer loyalties several times en route to the blood-spattered conclusion.

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