THE DEVIL, THE DEEP BLUE SEA...
Psychologist Callie Carlson lives in the lush Florida Keys. Some call it paradise. Callie, a young woman who fears the sea, calls it hell. Now her brother has found a mysterious boat adrift off the coast -- and has been charged with murdering its crew. He faces the death penalty unless a desperate Callie can find a way to prove his innocence.
Former Navy SEAL Chase Mattingly lost his nerve after a near-fatal diving accident. Investigating for Callie is his chance to prove he still has guts. And a heart. But soon someone is trying to stop them both. And as a killer stalks by night, only an act of love and courage can save Callie and Chase: a dive to perilous depths where truth -- or death -- is waiting...
With over four million books in print, Rachel Lee has captured readers' imaginations with edge-of-the-seat thrills. Here she holds us spellbound once again with a tale of deep emotions, wild hungers, and chilling suspense...
Psychologist Callie Carlson's family made its Key West livelihood from the ocean for generations. When her fisherman father is lost at sea, and her brother, Jeff, is arrested for murder after a salvaging job goes wrong, Callie becomes embittered and angry--and trying to get over the breakup with her longtime boyfriend doesn't help. But then she meets her new next-door neighbor, Chase Mattingly, a handsome ex-Navy SEAL recuperating from a serious diving accident. Chase is sorting out his own demons from the deep, and the further he gets involved with Callie, the stranger his life becomes. Is he truly hallucinating from narcosis-induced paranoia, or is someone out to get him? As Chase is drawn into Callie's life, it becomes evident that solving Jeff's problem may also give him some answers. Lee (Before I Sleep) skillfully constructs a suspenseful story--with romance in all the right places--and never loses control of her clean, tight plot. (Mar.)
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February 29, 2000
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