14.95 In Stock
"Jaws" meets global warming? An inconvenient tooth? Based on real science, "Sharkbait" throws two mismatched scientists together, risking their lives to learn how sharks can venture on shore for food. Climate change, toxins in the ocean, or something more sinister? Sharon is a Maine-based marine biologist who learns of the attacks when she visits Hawaii for only the second time in fifteen years. Johann is an eccentric shark expert in Waikiki who blames Sharon for a near-fatal shark injury that ruined his chances for a normal life. Sharon and Johann wrestle with their past while they risk their lives to find out how sharks are able to attack on land. Can the attacks be stopped before it's too late? The author is a PhD scientist living on the Maine coast.
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.84(d)|
About the Author
The author is a Ph.D. biochemist who worked in a research laboratory for many years. Her previous novel "Because it's There" (Bennett & Hastings Publishing, Seattle WA) was a 2007 Indie Excellence finalist. "Because it's There" is a courtroom/climbing mystery that pits an amateur American climber against the heirs of an English climber lost on a Himalayan peak in the 1950's, to determine who can claim first summit credit.