By Maureen Tan
Laid low with thoughts of her lover's homicide, burnt-out MI5 operative Jane Nichols strikes to Savannah, Georgia, and devotes herself to writing hard-boiled inner most eye novels, even though, among Savannah's ancient homes is an enemy from her prior.
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The path climbed upwards through trees that glowed green in the evening sunshine. He could smell damp soil and hear water dripping. The pine branches were covered with ferns and moss. Everything seemed vibrantly alive. By the time he reached the Wick he was feeling better for his walk. Now that the sky was clearing he could sit on the beach and work in peace. It wouldn't get dark for a while yet. Maybe, he thought, as he descended the wooden steps that zigzagged down from the hotel; I should treat myself to dinner.
There's no end of methane hydrate on the continental slope . ,' said Lund, playing with her lip `. . ' Johanson cleared his throat. `What do you do, Kare? ' Sverdrup shook his head. `No,' he said. ' `He's an amazing cook,' said Lund. That's probably not the only thing he's good at, thought Johanson ruefully. Sometimes he found Tina Lund hard to resist, but deep down, he knew she would be too demanding. Now she was off-limits. ' he asked, not that he cared. `I took over the Fiskehuset last year,' said Sverdrup.
They had been sailing for almost two hours, passing through conurbations of platforms and oil rigs. Now they were north of the Shetland Islands, beyond the continental shelf, and the view had opened out. Nearly seven hundred metres of water lay between the seabed and the ship's keel. The continental slope had been charted and surveyed, but the zone of eternal darkness still retained its mystery. Powerful floodlights enabled scientists to illuminate small sections, but it was like exploring an entire country by night with a streetlamp.
A.K.A. Jane (Jane Nichols, Book 1) by Maureen Tan