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Read Fatal Tide eBook ã Paperback Ç In this electrifying novel of suspense #1 New York Times bestselling author Iris Johansen takes us deep below the surface where a ruthless killer strikes without warning without mercy—and with the deadliest intent Marine researcher Melis Nemid is treading dangerous water—and she’s about to be dragged undOgrapher to disappear from the face of the earth and that’s only part of a past torn by violence and betrayal She thought she had put that past behind her when she arrived at her Caribbean island home to research dolphin behavior But Melis’s peace and her life are about to be shattered by a savage killer who is cutting a path of destruction and death that lea I can’t put down this book The story is so uniue and so cute I love that it involves lost cities mysteries and dolphins Who doesn’t love dolphins?Though I hate to say I didn’t like what Phil had sacrifice just for his dreams He is such an assholeThis story is just so good I love everything about it Iris is indeed incomparable However I am still looking for her other books from booksale D

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In this electrifying novel of suspense #1 New York Times bestselling author Iris Johansen takes us deep below the surface where a ruthless killer strikes without warning without mercy and with the deadliest intent Marine researcher Melis Nemid is treading dangerous water and she’s about to be dragged under Melis knows something that has already caused one ocean Same story Bright beautiful damaged woman surrounded by lots of men and 2 dolphins Rich playboy meets her they hate each other They love each other Just like the other Johansen book I ended up listening to because it was all I had to listen to I liked the Dolphins But won't listen to another one of these books where there is only one woman major character and the love scenes are so forced and unbelievable I found myself yelling at my car's CD player then trying to fast forward throughamazing that this author is so popular I don't get it

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Fatal TideDs directly to her Only one person can save her a man who claims to be a fellow oceanographer But what this enigmatic stranger really wants Melis may not discover until it’s too late Because whoever is after her knows her fears intimately And soon Melis will be forced to relive them all over again Except for the final nightmare the one she cannot possibly survi Encompassing murder betrayal blackmail and treasure The novel begins by jumping straight into the action revealing each character as the story unfolds It's not the typical mystery that I read however I really enjoyed how it was written Tons of detail and dialog though not over detailed Allowing the reader to make their own assumptions I enjoyed the way the time frame did not drag on but jumped ahead to the next action scene apposed to filling the gaps with descriptions of the surroundings For those who become emotionally involved with the story as I do you can empathize with the main character feeling her pain and in a way living her nightmares with her As a whole it is an all around good read