Whiskey Gulf (Charlie Noble)

Whiskey Gulf (Charlie Noble)

Whiskey Gulf (Charlie Noble)

After a sailboat drifts into a “live-fire” naval exercise area known as Whiskey Gulf, it’s never heard from again. Maritime private investigator Charlie Noble is asked to discover what happened to the couple abroad. But he’s stonewalled by the American and Canadian military. Then he learns that a Middle Eastern agent has been dispatched to find the couple as well—an agent with an old score to settle from his days as a Coast Guard intelligence officer.

Ultimately, Noble and his partner, Native American salvage diver Raven, head north along the Inside Passage, where a hidden cove harbors answers about what really happened in Whiskey Gulf. But in order to return with the truth they must first survive a vicious attack and escape the clutches of a deadly whirlpool. Set in the stunning wilderness of the Pacific Northwest, Whiskey Gulf is a story about unlocking secrets from the past that some people would rather keep concealed.

About the Author

Clyde Ford was born in New York City. He graduated from Wesleyan University, Western States Chiropractic College, and the Psycho-synthesis Institute of New York. In 2006, he received the prestigious Zora Neale Hurston/Richard Wright Legacy Award...

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