Free eBook Dark Light download

by Randy Wayne White

Free eBook Dark Light download ISBN: 0786564148
Author: Randy Wayne White
Publisher: Penguin Highbridge (Aud) (March 16, 2006)
Language: English
Category: Unexplained Phenomenons
Subcategory: Thrillers and Suspense
Size MP3: 1403 mb
Size FLAC: 1481 mb
Rating: 4.9
Format: azw lit docx mbr


A Jove Book, published by arrangement with the author. Elvis had never looked better. HE WORE HIS NEW cape, the white one with the high, flared collar and the glittering rhinestone trim. The sunglasses gave him a dashing air of mystery

A Jove Book, published by arrangement with the author. The sunglasses gave him a dashing air of mystery. With a star’s unerring instinct for the spotlight, he had managed to find the most dramatically lit position in the room, the center of the Guild boss’s vast desk. The light from the nearby lamp struck small sparks off the rhinestones. Don’t think I’ve ever seen a dust bunny wearing a cape and sunglasses, Fontana said.

He sat up abruptly and shoved his fingers through his hair. He contemplated the rain with grim resignation. Given my luck lately. Sierra came toward him, holding out an energy bar. How do you feel? Are you hungry?. She had put on his shirt. It looked good on her. Not that she wouldn’t look good in anything or, preferably, nothing.

Randy Wayne White is the author of seventeen previous Doc Ford novels and four collections of nonfiction. White uses his considerable knowledge of southwest FL along with his lyrical and informative prose, to say nothing of his intricate plots and well-developed characters. He lives in an old house built on an Indian mound in Pineland, Florida.

Randy Wayne White (born 1950) is an American writer of crime fiction and non-fiction adventure tales. He has written New York Times best-selling novels and has received awards for his fiction and a television documentary

Randy Wayne White (born 1950) is an American writer of crime fiction and non-fiction adventure tales. He has written New York Times best-selling novels and has received awards for his fiction and a television documentary. He is best known for his series of crime novels featuring the retired NSA agent Doc Ford, a marine biologist living on the Gulf Coast of southern Florida. White has contributed material on a variety of topics to numerous magazines and has lectured across the United States.

This may be the best Randy White book I have read so far. Hurricanes, salvage, ship wrecks, murder, double crosses and more.

Titles by randy wayne white. This book was begun shortly after the eye of a category 4 hurricane decimated the village where I live on the west coast of Florida. Captiva and Sanibel Island (where I was a fishing guide for many years) were also badly damaged-but not nearly as badly as portrayed in the national media. I am pleased to report that the islands are more beautiful than ever, and back to normal.

Filled with passion and vivid, pungent prose and some of the best characters in suspense fiction, Dark Light is a thriller of uncommon intensity.

Imagine hurricane winds over the Sahara Desert, preceded by a cavalry of tornadoes. Imagine dunes flattened, then resculpted. Filled with passion and vivid, pungent prose and some of the best characters in suspense fiction, Dark Light is a thriller of uncommon intensity. Рейтинг: 5. 3. Рейтинг: 4.

Hannah Smith returns in the stunning new adventure in the New York Times–bestselling series by the author of the Doc Ford novels. A fishing guide and part-time investigator, Hannah Smith is a tall, strong Florida woman descended from many generations of the same. and the Rutledge family is gathering for breakfast, unaware of the two bombs that have been planted outside their home. They're about to start eating when a fireball bursts through the windows, and the house is blasted to dust, leaving only one survivor.

I magine hurricane winds over the Sahara Desert, preceded by a cavalry of tornadoes.

Randy Wayne White's Ultimate Tarpon Book: The Birth of Big Game Fishing . Hardcover Paperback Kindle. His previous books, BLACK WIDOW, DARK LIGHT, CAPTIVA, HUNTER’S MOON, NORTH OF HAVANA, EVERGLADES, THE MANGROVE COAST, TWELVE MILE LIMIT, TEN THOUSAND ISLANDS, SHARK RIVER, yet others have gathered devoted fans worldwide.

User reviews
Faehn
With this book I am finally up to date on th Doc Ford Series. This book pushed characters to more bizzare level with the main female character in the form of what? A ghost of a woman who died during WWII, or her niece, or a constantly changing aged woman. During WWII, Florida had many wealthy vacationers, a POW camp, and occasional nazi submarine sightings. One of the descendants tries to find out what happened to her relative and the relatives lover on a stormy night with lots of confusion. Unknown to each other another defendant is sent by his grandfather to area and he also begins to look into occurrences around that same time. Doc, Tomlinson, Jeth Nichols and Arlis Futch (ongoing characters in the series) all join in to dive a wreck of a boat that was on shore patrol that fateful night. Their discoveries and combined research makes a twist at every turn of the page.
Oparae
I first discovered White on a trip to Sanibel a dozen years ago while vacationing with my sons and families. At Jerry's, where one must shop for groceries (or Bailey's), I found my first White book, either Sanibel Flats or Captiva. As a tourist, I saw the usual things, but I was captivated by the islands and wanted to know about things outside the "beaten path."

White uses his considerable knowledge of southwest FL along with his lyrical and informative prose, to say nothing of his intricate plots and well-developed characters. I've read all of his books as fast as I could--he draws the reader into the background of the REAL islands, and I learned much I wouldn't have by just going to Bubble Room because grandkids when small, celebrated birthdays there.

I cannot praise White's historical/mystery novels nor his laudable writing ability enough. His words flow, be it description, conversation, or interesting and well-developed characters. I'd love to meet Doc Ford or Tomlinson, especially. I know they are probably composites, but I'll bet Randy Wayne White knows people similar to them if not them.

Dark Light is no exception; it is one of his best, with an intricate, sometimes mystical bent. I've met a few similar to Chestra, and I particularly like that her mystery is left hanging to some extent. Maybe she'll appear in another book. The international connection to WWII is also evocative to me since my father died in the Battle of the Bulge when I was barely four. That topic and the boat and its artifacts and the subterfuge among the characters held my interest through a night. I really didn't know there were German U-boats off the coast of FL during WWII.
Arlelond
If you have lived on the southwest coast of Florida, are a deep sea diver, or owned a boat larger than 20 feet, your rating here would be a 5. Otherwise you will still like the story, but will not appreciate the references to boats, Florida and diving..

The tale is like a Carl Hiassen book without the humor. Randy's lead character is a marine biologist that collects and sells sea creatures to zoos and researchers. The villain is bad enough to deserve the worst fate possible, and the good Dr. Ford is more lucky than smart or tough.

A great read in any case.
Dorizius
His worst book. A few good action scenes, but too much weird sexual chemistry with an old woman who is irresistible and possibly some sort of a ghost. Just weird. And boring.
Camper
Randy Wayne White writes of hurricanes and shipwrecks, while developing the angst of a lonely old woman who hides in a secluded, ragged-worn mansion. These are fodder for this Dark Light novel. The ocean bottom is reshaped. Hidden secrets are brought to life and lain bare. The cohesive plot overflows with mysterious adventure. Doc Ford must battle over-whelming dark forces. This was one of my favorite R.W. White's novels. Bravo!
Loni
This isn't Randy Wayne White's best novel, but it is certainly worth the read. I had inadvertently skipped over it ( I have read all of his stuff ) and was pleased to find it. Doc Ford certainly has an evil adversary to go against in this thriller, as well as a surprisingly strange attraction toward a different, haunting character.
Blackredeemer
Wow - I was surprised at the negative reactions from some reviewers, but I understand where they are coming from. In _Dark Light_ White takes readers in another direction than from the previous 2 or 3 installments of his series. However I found the change refreshing and much more reminiscent of the earlier books in the series.

Rather than concentrating on Doc's dark, violent past or the looming conflict between his former covert life and his friendship with aging hippie Tomlinson, _Dark Light_ focuses on lost treasure... a metaphor not only for the diamond encrusted Nazi death's head found in a wreck after a hurricane, but also for the development and changes to the Florida the author loves so dearly.

White does a tremendous job of weaving a story of sunken Nazi treasure, devious entrepeneurs and hints at a ghost story with the the familiar characters from Dinkin's Bay. For readers not familiar with the series, _Dark Light_ wouldn't be my recommendation to be introduced to the characters - but I do strongly recommend it, even over the last few books written in the series.
What else can. I say about Randy Wayne White? I love, love, love his books. Doc Ford is my dream man, intelligent, brave, and concerned about the environment. Tomlinson is a character all of us from the 60's can remember and a fascinating intro. to that period for younger readers. I I also totally enjoy learning so much about Florida, its ecosystems, animals, and plants in every book. As always, the plot is very well developed and intriguing to follow. Enjoy!