Agent Nicholas Grant becomes embroiled in the case while battling his own demons.
A madman watches from the distance while officials expose his clandestine playground, forcing him to speed up his plans for devastation.
Can a dog handler and a troubled FBI agent stop him before he kills thousands of innocent people?
More from Peg Brantley on Red Tide:
When I tell a story what I want to do is provide a few hours of entertainment. Maybe inspire a little discussion about relationships or some other social issue of our time. But mostly? I want to give my readers an escape. Something with a little juice that makes them care and scares them at the same time.
The idea for RED TIDE was sparked by a little news article I read about a photograph that was found in the cell of a prisoner who had died. The photograph wasn’t of a person or an event or anything that could readily be identified. It was just a place. Why would a man in prison keep a picture of something that couldn’t have any meaning to him? Unless it did…
ENDORSEMENTS FOR RED TIDE
“For fans of the serial killer genre, RED TIDE is an engaging, well plotted story with characters you won’t forget.”
— L.J. Sellers, author of the bestselling Detective Jackson series
“This book will go a long way in introducing Brantley to readers as a force to be reckoned with in the thriller/mystery niche.”
— The Dirty Lowdown, Blogcritics.org[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/3″][vc_column_text]