Fatal Tide Lis Wiehl, Pete Nelson
Publisher: Nelson, Thomas, Inc.
When the news of Arseneault's death crossed Leach's editorial desk at explore, however, it seemed like a simple case of misadventure. Adrian's Academy is at the nexus of a satanic apocalypse—and the fatal tide is rising. A high-stakes treasure hunt…A twisted trail of murder…A secret one woman may die to discover…Number one New York Times bestselling author Iris Johansen last electrified readers with Dead Aim and No One to Trust. The Paperback of the Fatal Tide by Lis Wiehl, Pete Nelson | at Barnes & Noble. �We didn't know the details,” Leach explains. Buy the Hardcover Book Fatal Tide by David Leach at Indigo.ca, Canada's largest bookstore. UVic author tackles kayaking accident by Patrick Blennerhassett. + Get Free Shipping on books over $25! Johansen, author of many bestsellers (Dead Aim; No One to Trust; Body of Lies; etc.) knows exactly what her devoted readers want and gives it to them once again in this impassioned romantic suspense novel. Amazon.com: Fatal Tide (Audible Audio Edition): Bernadette Dunne, Iris Johansen, Books on Tape: Books. It is 1915 and Thomas Clare rues the day he and his best friend Snow went to war to solve the murder of his father. A Fatal Tide has 21 ratings and 11 reviews. In the frigid waters off the Bay of Fundy, June 1, 2002 in the early afternoon, René Arseneault was dying of hypothermia. As Fatal Tide author David Leach discovered, the truth of what happened on that June day was far more nuanced. The only clues, a hidden wartime document and the imprint of an army boot on the victim's face, have led the pair from the safety of Queensland to the blood-soaked hills of Gallipoli. Reprinted from The Victoria News, April 4, 2008. Book Cover: Fatal Tide Book Cover Author Photos: photo by Ben Moore photo by Ben Moore photo by Jerry Galea. Click photos for high resolution image. Formerly the managing editor of explore: Canada's Outdoor Magazine and now an assistant professor of writing at the University of Victoria, David Leach has a long and passionate interest in wilderness travel, outdoor sports and adventure writing.