Death at the Inlet: Freedom Is Not Free
A bio-terrorism plot threatens the nations food supply. Felton Ponce enjoyed a carefree childhood in St. Augustine when it was just a small Florida coastal town, long before it was rediscovered by northerners and tourists from all over the world. He spent countless afternoons as a youngster watching the shrimpers and red snapper fishermen on the unloading dock at Salvadoras Seafood Market-and by the time he was in the sixth grade, he was hooked for life. Years later, as a commercial fisherman, Felton finds himself face-to-face with a terrorist plot to kill thousands of innocent Americans. Government agents step in to try and stop the terrorists, but theyll need all the help they can get from the local fishermen if they are to protect the public from a deadly poison. Death at the Inlet is a riveting adventure that will leave you wondering about the vulnerability of our countrys food supply...
Author: Robert P. Jones
Publisher: Outskirts Press
Release Date: 2013-11-25