Red Tide by G.M. Ford

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Terror has hit the West Coast with a vengeance—leaving a tunnel full of corpses beneath the Seattle streets, with a dark promise of far, far worse to come. Despite official attempts to keep the catastrophe under wraps, rogue journalist Frank Corso refuses to remain idle, immersing himself in a shadow world of senseless violence and unconscionable evil. For a strange connection that seems to tie one exceptionally brutal death with the impending destruction of thousands—perhaps millions—of innocent lives is pulling Corso and his best friend and ex-lover, photographer Meg Dougherty, deeper into the heart of a hideous conspiracy. And its nightmarish consequences will dwarf anything ever spawned by simple jealousy, greed, or bloodlust.


About G.M. Ford

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G.M. Ford is the author of six widely praised Frank Corso novels, Fury, Black River, A Blind Eye, Red Tide, No Man's Land, and Blown Away, as well as six highly acclaimed mysteries featuring Seattle private investigator Leo Waterman. A former creative writing teacher in western Washington, Ford lives in Oregon and is currently working on his next novel.
Published October 13, 2009 by HarperCollins e-books. 416 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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Enter Rodney Holmes, former East Indian police officer, former respectable and loving head of a family that no longer exists, a man whose grief gives him a massive grudge, and his gang of well-schooled Irregulars, East Indian street kids arrived with grudgelets of their own.

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Ford hits the ground running with his fourth solid Frank Corso novel (Fury ;

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Disgraced journalist-turned-true crime writer Frank Corso is at a gallery opening with and for his friend, photographer Meg Dougherty when police enter and tell everyone they have to leave the gallery because of a toxic spill.

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