Stormtide Webb Carrick Of The Scottish Fisheries Protection Service Latest Adventure Takes Him On A North Atlantic Shark Hunt In The Waters Of The Storm Tossed Hebrides Webb Carrick Finds He Has Inadvertently Strayed Right Into The Middle Of A Smouldering Feud Between A Renegade Band Of Shark Hunters And Some Vengeful Local Fishermen

Robert MacLeod westerns , Noah Webster and Michael Kirk.William Bill Knox was a Scottish author, journalist and broadcaster, best known for his crime novels and for presenting the long running STV series Crimedesk Born in Glasgow, Knox became the youngest journalist for a Glasgow newspaper at age 16 He went on to report on crime, on motoring, and to become a news editor He began writing crime novels in the 1950s Knox often wrote under pseudonyms, frequently for the American market These included Michael Kirk, Robert MacLeod and Noah Webster He published over 50 crime novels, including several series, notably the Thane and Moss books.

❰BOOKS❯ ✯ Stormtide Author Bill Knox –
  • Unknown Binding
  • 157 pages
  • Stormtide
  • Bill Knox
  • 24 January 2018
  • 9780385085397

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    Webb Carrick from Scottish Fisheries Protection is faced with a rough case.While the Marlin is chasing down an oil slick, they come across a wrecked fishing boat with the owner dead onboard Heading to Portcoig on Skye, they run into tension between the fishermen and the sharkers, and the fallout from a drowing of a young woman As the body count rises, Webb finds himself racing against time to protect the innocent and catch the guilty.One of Bill Knox s better Webb Carrick novels.If you love the atmosphere of the Scottish islands and unconvential detectives, then this series dating back to the 1960s and 1970s is one for you.

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