Black Tide

Black Tide Journalist India Kane has agreed to accompany a Greenpeace ship in pursuit of an illegal whaling fleet Amidst the high winds and freezing fog tragedy strikes when a huge container ship suddenly looms

  • Title: Black Tide
  • Author: Caroline Carver C.J. Carver
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 241
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Journalist India Kane has agreed to accompany a Greenpeace ship in pursuit of an illegal whaling fleet Amidst the high winds and freezing fog, tragedy strikes when a huge container ship suddenly looms into sight and slams into the Greenpeace craft Eight crew members are killed, including one of India s closest friends Determined to bring the owner of the vessel to justiJournalist India Kane has agreed to accompany a Greenpeace ship in pursuit of an illegal whaling fleet Amidst the high winds and freezing fog, tragedy strikes when a huge container ship suddenly looms into sight and slams into the Greenpeace craft Eight crew members are killed, including one of India s closest friends Determined to bring the owner of the vessel to justice, India sets out on a quest that begins in the Australian outback Here she discovers a community struck by a mysterious illness and a puzzle which will take India on another dark and terrifying journey .Black Tide is another compulsive India Kane thriller from author CJ Carver, following on from Blood Junction.

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    1. Run of the mill pulp fiction set in Australia. The almost superhuman heroine has the ability, without previous experience, to instantly bareback ride a prize racing stallion at breakneck speed through forests, up and down mountains and across scrubland. Then to steer and navigate an old container ship through a fearsome storm at sea on her own.However it has an interesting basic plot and I will give her another try.

    2. A fast moving, high action book, and a rollicking good story! I guess it is not only cats who have nine lives!

    3. This was a very enjoyable book, it is fast paced with plenty of twists and turns and unexpected moments. Carver's characters are all well written, with India Kane being strong willed and decisive as well as insecure and occasionally vulnerable. The plot is well conceived and thorough without being too over the top or excessively detailed. A classic tale of greed and corruption on a global scale that has an underlying message to the environmental community to be wary of so called 'green products' [...]

    4. Wow, I have to admit journalist India Kane is really something on her own. A very griping plot based on ecological theme.India Kane, a journalist, was on board a Greenpeace ship when it was hit by a huge cargo ship. As the vessel sinks and eight of its crew member dead, India vows to being the owner of the cargo ship to justice. In her pursuit, she has all sorts of revelations. Right from finding that the cargo ship which hit their ship in the Southern ocean waters was not even registered with a [...]

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