"A riveting tale of intrigue and terrorism, Key West characters in their full glory! Fast paced and continually changing direction Mr Becker has me hooked on his skillful and adventurous tales from the Conch Republic!"
It’s easy to become invisible in the Florida Keys. Mac Travis was doing his best to keep a low profile: diving, fishing and enough salvage work to pay his bills. It’s a good life until he discovers something while spearfishing that could change the pristine Keys forever. His drunken crewman soon lets out the secret and his life is instantly changed.
A corrupt presidential candidate will do whatever it takes to hide his secret. An exiled coke dealing terrorist sees this as his opportunity to redeem himself. A local con man loyal only to himself is looking for a quick payoff.
When Mac’s friend and mentor is injured, his estranged daughter reluctantly comes to his aid. The two soon put aside their differences and join forces to bury the secret where it won’t be found.
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I like the storyline about the 2 nukes being dropped 50 years ago. Stuff like this really did happen and who knows what is out there in the oceans....
Nothing specific to compare it to. Just a good mystery like a Ken Follett book.
Paul J McSorley did a great job with all the voices. My favorites are Mac and Trufante
I listen to Audible books on my way to work and home and would sit in my car longer after I got there to listen to Wood's Reef
Entertaining book with a good storyline and characters. Narrator did an excellent job.
Author knows nothing about radio communiications of pilots and air traffic control, unbelievable shark attacks, poorly spoken accents of the terrorists and the access to the Vice President of the United States in Florida. This book should never have been published.
A Western or mystery.
Accents were overdone.
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