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Adventure novel, Espionage novel, Mystery novel, Thriller novel, Crime novel satire, Amateur sleuth, Murder

Warm Salt
by William P. Eshleman

While studying toward his doctorate at a remote Jamaican marine station, Peter Case is swept into a world of intrigue when tragedy strikes during a routine collection dive. His diving buddy subsequently dies, but Case refuses to accept the official cause of death. Naively attempting to uncover the truth, he stumbles deep into a world of deceit and violence.

Case is drawn further and further into extraordinary circumstances, inadvertently disrupting a covert CIA surveillance operation and becoming entangled in the aspirations of a global crime syndicate. His actions endanger the lives of friends and colleagues, compelling Case to take risks he’d have thought unimaginable just a few days before.

When the full consequences of his quest for the truth come to light, Case is forced to stand alone against the syndicate, armed only with his dive knife and an ill-conceived plan.

A must-read for the action-adventure genre!

This action-adventure novel had me sitting on the edge of my seat. The storyline was well developed, as were the characters. They were a lot of fun to hang around with. Near the end of the book, I couldn't help but imagine who would play these two bad-ass guys in the movie. I definitely want to find out what happens next. The second book, please!

Carol Lewis

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An avid scuba diver while completing his degree in marine biology, Bill Eshleman wrote Warm Salt to merge the exhilaration of diving with the thrill of an action-adventure yarn. The beauty and dangers of the underwater world provide a unique stage for his vivid imagination.

Born and raised in Western Canada, Bill lives with his family near Calgary, Alberta.

Watch for Ice Brine, the second Peter Case novel.


William P. Eshleman

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