The Heat Islands by Randy Wayne White

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Spending his time on southwest Florida's Sanibel Island, collecting marine specimens and concentrating on his love life with tennis pro Dewey Nye, Doc Ford is drawn into a murder involving the owner of a local marina.

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Randy Wayne White was born in Ashland, Ohio in 1950. He is an outdoorsman, journalist, and novelist. He worked for the Fort Myers News-Press for four years before becoming a light-tackle fishing guide at Tarpon Bay Marina in Sanibel Island, Florida for thirteen years. His first articles on travel, natural history, archaeology, anthropology, and politics were published in Outside Magazine. He also writes a bimonthly column for Men's Health magazine. His first novel, Sanibel Flats, was published in 1991. He writes the Doc Ford series as well as non-fiction books including Batfishing in the Rainforest: Strange Tales of Travel and Fishing, An American Traveler: True Tales of Adventure, Travel, and Sport, and Last Flight Out: True Tales of Adventure, Travel, and Fishing. He also writes under the names of Randy Striker and Carl Ramm.
Published February 1, 1992 by Minotaur. 276 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Zeroing in on his prey, Doc and the deadly one confront each other at the home of Doc's almost-lover, nonplaying tennis pro Dewey Nye, where Doc opts for vigilante justice.

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