Deep Blue (Doc Ford Series #23)

Deep Blue (Doc Ford Series #23)

by Randy Wayne White


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Doc Ford has long lived a double life. But in this electrifying New York Times bestselling novel, it may finally have caught up to him...
On a moonless night on Sanibel Island, Florida, marine biologist Marion “Doc” Ford carefully watches a video of a hooded man executing three hostages. The man is an American working with ISIS, and in the next few days, it’ll be Ford’s job, as part of his shadowy second life, to make sure the man never kills anybody else again.

But a lot can go wrong in a few days, and Ford has no way of knowing that not only will the operation prove to be a lot more complicated than he has anticipated, but that he’ll end up bringing those complications back with him to the small community of boaters, guides, lovers, and friends in Dinkin’s Bay, where he’s long made his home.

Someone has taken Ford’s actions very personally, and now no one there is safe—least of all, Ford himself.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780594724995
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 03/15/2016
Series: Doc Ford Series , #23
Pages: 336
Sales rank: 242,912
Product dimensions: 6.20(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.30(d)

About the Author

This is Randy Wayne White’s twenty-third Doc Ford book. He has also had four collections of his columns for Outside magazine and elsewhere published—and the new Hannah Smith series has debuted with Gone, Deceived, and Haunted. In 2002, a one-hour documentary film called The Gift of the Game, about White’s trip to Cuba to find the remnants of the Little League teams founded by Ernest Hemingway in the days before Castro, won the Best of the Fest Award from the 2002 Woods Hole Film Festival, then was bought by PBS and broadcast station by station in the spring and summer of 2003. A veteran fishing guide who at one time had his own local PBS show, he lives in an old house on an Indian mound in Pineland, Florida.

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Deep Blue (Doc Ford Series #23) 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
ArquetteFL More than 1 year ago
I was fortunate enough to receive a pre-publish copy of this title a month ago and spent the following weekend burning through the pages. I then counted down the days to when I could write this review because I couldn't wait to tell fans and new readers how incredibly engaging this book is. Perhaps it's the sea in me or my island girl upbringing that connects me with White's storytelling but one thing is for certain, Randy Wayne White knows how to create an addiction to Doc Ford (and Tomlinson). I need more! MORE!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
"Deep Blue" is FANTASTIC! Best DOC FORD book! A seamless, action-packed thriller that I literally could not put down, and didn't. Doc Ford is on a manhunt for an American assassin who works for ISIS. It's Ford's job to make sure this man won't execute more hostages. Ford tracks him to Mexico while back home it's Christmas time and the beloved kooky characters in Dinkins Bay are in holiday mode but evil lurks there too. Tomlinson and Doc are on their own missions to save Dinkins Bay from destruction by a a brilliant crazed tech head bent on personal revenge. This is a 5 star read. memorable characters, impeccable research and first class writing are the author's trademark. No one makes you feel Florida like Randy Wayne White!
Anonymous 4 months ago
The story makes no sense. It's as if written by an idiot.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love his books in past but this one is awful.. Never figured out the plot and no idea what this story is about after wadeing through it. 16 different plots and not one ever concluded or had any relation to others!!!
Drahthaar More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A very confusing Doc Ford tale. Calls for a re-read. Too many unexplained plot lines.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago