Black Horizon - James Grippando

Black Horizon

By James Grippando

  • Release Date - Published: 2014-03-04
  • Book Genre: Fiction & Literature
  • Author: James Grippando
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4 Score: 4 (From 82 Ratings)

Black Horizon James Grippando read online review & book description:

In Black Horizon, a riveting and timely thriller drawn from tomorrow's headlines, New York Times bestselling author James Grippando brings back popular Miami criminal defense attorney Jack Swyteck in an international case involving a devastating oil spill that pits him against his most villainous adversaries yet.

Three summers after the Deepwater Horizon catastrophe, oil is again spewing into the ocean—from a drilling explosion in Cuban waters sixty miles off the Florida Keys, creating a politically complex and volatile situation. Representing an American woman whose Cuban husband was killed on the rig, Jack finds himself in dangerous waters when he discovers that his incendiary case may be lethally connected to his new wife Andi's undercover assignment for the FBI . . . and that the looming environmental catastrophe may have been no "accident" at all.

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  • Black Horizon

    By Ellebeebee
    OK at best as to plot, character development. And, wouldn't you think that HarperCollins is making enough money on Grippando's books to employ a decent editor? There are a number of cringe-worthy slip-ups in this book, eg, "Bianca" is "Rafael's husband." Anyone who's ever edited her own college paper and been distracted in the middle of recasting a sentence knows how that happened, but, geeze, HarperCollins, how about one more read through before you hit "print"?
  • Oil Rig Explosion with a Love Story?

    By luvcats13
    Who would think a book about a huge oil rig explosion with a love story twist would work, but it does. Well worth reading, I enjoyed it.

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