From the New York Times bestselling author of The Border, a "down-and-dirty dip into the treacherous social currents of Southern California" (The Wall Street Journal), in which P.I. Boone Daniels agrees to defend a young man accused of murdering a beloved surfer and local legend.
Former cop turned investigator Boone Daniels lives to surf. He begins each day with the Dawn Patrol, a close-knit group of surfers who have one another's backs in and out of the water. When one of their own, a local legend, is murdered, the small world of Pacific Beach is rocked to its core. But when Boone agrees to defend the young man accused, the outrage from the community is more than he ever anticipated, and as he digs deeper into San Diego's murkier side, it becomes clear that not just a murder case is at stake. Boone soon finds himself out there alone, struggling to stay afloat as the waves get rougher and rougher . . . and more deadly.
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by Don Winslow
by Don J. Snyder
by Anne Bishop
by John Steinbeck
by Guy Gavriel Kay
by Lawrence Hill
by Robert Draper
"Boone Daniels, an ex-cop who is now a private eye, is torn between his loyal surfing crew and the woman he loves when he finds himself in the middle of a murder investigation. Winslow's compelling story is brought to life in a stellar reading by Holter Graham. As Daniels, Graham is as cool and sure-sighted as an experienced wave rider on a warm summer morning in San Diego. Never hurried, Graham delivers a relaxed, steady performance that allows the tension to build when a local surfer hero is murdered and another surfer is accused of the crime. Winslow's writing is descriptive yet slightly minimalist, much the same as Graham's underplayed delivery as he brings to life a seedy side of the Southern California surfing scene. L.B. (c) AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine"
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