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ISBN:1455807737
Author: Dick Hill,Randy Wayne White
ISBN13: 978-1455807734
Title: Dead of Night (Doc Ford Series)
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Language: English
Category: Thrillers and Suspense
Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Abridged edition (October 20, 2011)

Dead of Night (Doc Ford Series) by Dick Hill,Randy Wayne White



2005) (Book 12 in the Doc Ford series) A novel by Randy Wayne White. Brimming with the remarkable prose and rich atmosphere that have won White so many fans already, and featuring some of the best characters in suspense fiction today, Dead of Night is White's biggest thriller yet. Genre: Mystery. Used availability for Randy Wayne White's Dead of Night.

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Author: Randy Wayne White Narrator: Dick Hill Publisher: Brilliance Audio Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: 1. hours Series: The Doc Ford Series Release Date: March 2005 ISBN: 9781597101851. Randy Wayne White has written twenty-five books in the Doc Ford series and several novels in the Hannah Smith series as well as nonfiction. Several of the Doc Ford novels have been New York Times bestsellers. Four collections of his columns for Outside magazine have been published elsewhere. In 2002, a one-hour documentary film called The Gift of the Game, about his trip to Cuba to find the remnants of the Little League teams founded by Ernest Hemingway in the days before Castro, won the Best of the Fest award from the 2002 Woods Hole Film Festival and then was broadcast by PBS in 2003.

SANIBEL FLATS by Randy Wayne White (1990) {FerraBit} Doc Ford Book Read b. .Tantor Audio (2010) ISBN-10. 15 Black Widow 16 Dead Silence 17 Deep Shadow 18 Night Vision 19 Chasing Midnight 20 Night Moves 21 Bone Deep 22 Cuba Straits 23 Deep Blue.

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Series: A Doc Ford Novel (Book 12). Mass Market Paperback: 368 pages. I bought my husband a couple of Randy Wayne White novels because we were going on a mini vacation to Sanibel Island, FL and had plans to eat at Doc Fords while there. He didn't read them before the trip because he was in the middle of another large book. But upon his return, he read the 1st 2 I got him at lightning speed, and then went out of town.

Randy Wayne White's "Doc Ford" series is a treat for those who like fun, action-filled crime thrillers. White's protagonist, Ford, is a marine biologist who also happens to be a retired CIA assassin (although he's not really retired). Imagine a cross between Indiana Jones and James Bond, with a lot of Travis Macgee thrown in. White sets his books in the Florida Everglades and the Keys, where Ford lives and works, along with his nutty hippy neighbor/friend, Tomlinson, and his computer-whiz son, L Randy Wayne White's "Doc Ford" series is a treat for those. But now at least I understand why several plot threads just stopped.

Doc Ford has 38 entries in the series. Randy Wayne White Author Dick Hill Narrator (2010). The Man Who Invented Florida. Book 3. Book 5. Randy Wayne White Author (1998). Book 6. Randy Wayne White Author (1999). Randy Wayne White Author Ron McLarty Narrator (2003). Ten Thousand Islands. Book 7. Randy Wayne White Author (2001). Randy Wayne White Author George Guidall Narrator (2008). Book 16. Randy Wayne White Author George Guidall Narrator (2009). White sets his books in the Florida Everglades and the Keys, where Ford lives and works, along with his nutty hippy neighbor/friend, Tomlinson, and his computer-whiz son, Lake.

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Later, my conscience would play the inevitable game of “What if . . .” What if I had stopped by Jobe’s home on Friday morning instead of Sunday night? What if I hadn’t interrupted the two people who were alternately interrogating and beating him? Would he have lived? Or would he have died? And what would have happened then? It started when Doc Ford got the call from his old friend Frieda Matthews - her reclusive biologist brother Jobe wasn’t answering the phone. Could Doc check on him? Ford can’t think of a reason not to, but soon he will think of a hundred. Not only will it be one of the worst scenes he has ever encountered, but the consequences of that visit will draw him into the heart of a nightmare. A catastrophe is coming to Florida, and just maybe there is something Ford can do about it - but he doesn’t know how or where or when . . . or even if he is already too late. Filled with the remarkable prose and rich atmosphere that have won White so many fans, and featuring some of the best suspense characters in fiction, Dead of Night is White’s biggest thriller yet - “like strapping yourself onto the exposed bow of a South Florida airboat” (The Miami Herald).
Reviews: 7
Tehn
I bought my husband a couple of Randy Wayne White novels because we were going on a mini vacation to Sanibel Island, FL and had plans to eat at Doc Fords while there. He didn't read them before the trip because he was in the middle of another large book. But upon his return, he read the 1st 2 I got him at lightning speed, and then went out of town. When he returned, he found a stack of ten or so, and proceeded to go through them rather quickly too. Then he went out of ton again so I got him another stack. He has slowed a little bit, but still glued to them. He says their is a little bit of repetitive set-up in each one because it has returning characters, and this is to be expected in serial novels. Over all though, the more he reads, the more he seems to be enjoying them. I don't guess it really matters which one you start with and which order you go in. Anyway, he loves fishing and the water, so I figured these would be his cup of tea. A few years back I got him Linda Greenlaw's books and he love those so much, he reread them several times. She writes a different kind of novel, but the fishing and sea thread is there and tha's all it takes to get him "hooked".
Leceri
I am a Marine Biologist and I love Doc Ford. Randy Wayne White does research like a Biologist only one who can write fiction with the best suspense writers out there. His work is unique so I cannot think of any name to compare him to, but I feel like I have traveled to any location he writes about. I can smell the ozone of the aquaria and the formalin in the lab, and hear the waves lapping on the pilings and feel the humidity, smell the mud and salt water, and the sites and smells of the marina. I can't wait for his next installment. In just started reading his series this year and have gone through more than half of them. That does not stop me from reading his new ones out of sequence - I'll just read them again when I get to them in order and enjoy them all over again.
Zorve
I enjoy the Doc Ford series and this book is yet another great installment. I try to keep at least one Randy Wayne White book handy so that I can enjoy his creativity when time allows. He is one of my top three authors.
mym Ђудęm ęгσ НuK
I have read just about all of the books in the Doc Ford series. I would rate many of them with 5 stars and a couple with 3 stars. I give this one a four. For the most part I liked it, but a couple of parts were too "James Bond" for me. But, all in all, not bad!
Goltizuru
Good read. Two boys looking for adventure get tangled up in several messes. Old Marshal watches out for them while performing duties. Easy to pick up, hard to put down. One things, changes of scenes could occur in better format. Overall great book. I received advance copy for an honest review
Centrizius
Randy has completed this gritty story in a satisfactory manner. Five stars for the writing, the characters, the plot, and the research. Kind of a relief to me to have finished it, frankly. Now, I need a good romantic comedy.
Gir
A couple installments ago Doc Ford seemed to be drifting. I was worried. Would I lose my favorite west coast of Florida , marina, fishcamp, biologist hero? Well here's the answer. The Doc is really back and in his role as a biologist is central to the plot. A reader never gets the feeling that something is being dragged in, that events are being delayed. We all know that temptation to skip to the end. Well-- it's not here in this novel. What a great collection of baddies: Human and biological. I'll leave the humans for later, but the biologicals are nasty memories from my undergraduate days in invertebrate zoology lab. "For heaven's sake, don't cut yourself on a broken slide!" The central beastie being "Dracunculus medenensis" :a nasty nematode aka - the fiery serpent. And a few actual serpents, cobras, mambas, etc., are thrown in as well. Then there are the ex-KGBers, replete with needles and needle shooting shotguns, and other events to build a romp: a great shark rescue, an aquatic version of a car chase, and for Tomlinson a catfish attack that makes moste males wish for an electric catfish instead.

The simplicity of the land development scheme- infest Florida, drive down the land prices and then cure the infestation and surf off to wealth on the tidal wave of profit, is the sort of device which allows the other events to happen. It even motivates them. Which is more than anyone has yet figured out about pirhanas, walking catfish and hissing roaches turned loose in the wilds of this country which probably prompts the scheme. If you like the Doc, read this one.
Have read many of Randy Wayne White's Doc Ford books (10-11) Easy reading (but NOT dummied down) with some science thrown in. Most based in Florida and Sanibel Island areas with trips to central and south america occasionally. I started with book 1 about two years ago after a vacation on Sanibel Island. I read to relax.