Bluewater Voodoo

Bluewater Voodoo

by C. L. R. Dougherty

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781479120833
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 08/17/2012
Pages: 314
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.66(d)

About the Author

Charles Dougherty was born and raised in Savannah, Georgia. After a varied career as a mechanic, laborer, engineer, lawyer, corporate executive, entrepreneur, salesman, and management consultant, he retired, sort of, and moved aboard his sailboat with his wife in 2000. He has been cruising in the Caribbean since 2004, where he spends his time reading, working on the boat, writing, working on the boat, foraging, and working on the boat.

He wrote quite a bit of fiction before publishing Deception in Savannah, his first novel. Most of his other fiction works took the form of business plans, written to secure funding for projects and startup ventures during his corporate and consulting work. He has also published Dungda de Islan', a non-fiction book about the experiences he and his wife have had while cruising the Caribbean aboard their sailboat, Play Actor. Bluewater Killer and Bluewater Vengeance are the first two books in the Bluewater Thriller series; Bluewater Voodoo is the third book in the series.

The Bluewater Thrillers are set in the yachting world of the Caribbean.

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DianeRappAuthor More than 1 year ago
I admit that I enjoy reading Dougherty’s books, and I was not disappointed by the third book in the Bluewater mystery series. He brings back interesting characters like Dani and Liz, who operate a charter business on their fancy sailboat. Dani is still a little spit-fire, ready to punch out their current customer when he leers at her, much to our reading pleasure. The girls were hired by a professor and his slinky assistant to sail them through the islands. Sounds like an easy job until two Venezuelan soldiers board the sailboat intent on kidnapping the professor. Dani and Liz learn that the professor is working for a reality TV show producer, trying to find real zombies. He discovered the location of a Voodoo Bokor who created a real-life zombie. They run afoul of a Venezuelan hit man. Martinez is under direct orders from Chavez to create zombies and launch a plan to disrupt the next American election. In this story readers learn about the Voodoo religion and how Haitians are mistreated by island governments. The formula to make a real zombie is a closely-guarded secret and the mild-mannered Voodoo Bokor is reluctant to exploit the zombie in his care. Dani learns that one of her relatives is a high priestess of the religion, and enlists her help for the professor. In between kidnappings, bombings, and high speed chases, the criminals prove that a plan is only as good as the lowest man involved in the scheme. Angry that the thugs tried to sink her ship, Dani calls upon her own experts to straighten out the mess. They have no problems with competence! Dougherty once again leads his readers on a roller coaster ride through the Caribbean. During the adventure questions from the first two books are answered. If you haven’t read the whole series, there’s enough back story in this book to make it enjoyable on its own, but you might just get hooked on the series!