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Whiskey Gulf

Ford, Clyde

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ISBN 10: 1593155220 / ISBN 13: 9781593155223
Published by Vanguard Press, N Y., 2009
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Title: Whiskey Gulf

Publisher: Vanguard Press, N Y.

Publication Date: 2009

Book Condition:near fine

Edition: First Edition.

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A sailboat fails to arrive at its next port of call after crossing into a live-fire” naval exercise area just north of the border known as Whiskey Gulf.” Charlie Noble is asked to investigate why the sailboat went missing, and what happened to the couple aboard. But Noble runs into a wall of secrecy erected by the American and Canadian governments, and into troubling questions about the real identity of the couple involved.

Ultimately, he and his partner, Raven, set sail on the Noble Lady in a case that leads them up the Inside Passage to the remote coast of British Columbia. There, they discover a hidden cove, which harbors answers about what really happened in Whiskey Gulf. But first they must survive a vicious attack in order to return with the truth. Set in the stunning wilderness of coastal British Columbia, Whiskey Gulf is a story about unearthing secrets from the past that others would rather remain concealed forever.

About the Author:

Clyde Ford is a critically acclaimed author of fiction and nonfiction, including Precious Cargo. He’s been a guest on the Oprah Winfrey Show, NPR, and radio and television programs around the country. Clyde is also a trained psychotherapist, sought after public speaker, and mythologist. He lives in Bellingham, Washington, and writes aboard his 30-foot Willard trawler, where he cruises the waters of the Inside Passage.

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