“Tides of Fear” by Anne B. Jones

Set on St. Simons Island, Georgia

Book signing January 10, 2012

12:00 to 2:00

G J Ford Bookshop in Shops of Sea Island

Which is the more dangerous predator? A shark? Or a man? St. Simons Island becomes the scene of panic as bodies are washed ashore. First blaming the deaths on sharks, police soon realize the predator is human. A killer stalks tourists, luring and drowning his victims as easily as he eludes discovery. Tides of Fear, set on the shark-infested Georgia Coast, includes the hunt for a serial murderer with water as the crime scene. Tides of Fear author, Anne B. Jones, has been compared to Thomas Harris and Jeffrey Deaver ‘without the slice and dice.’ The book includes a gripping plot, well-developed characters, and insights into profiling and other forensic subjects. Tides of Fear is unusual because of its use of water as a crime scene with underwater crime scene analysis. The book is based on the author’s doctoral research related to violence. Author Bob Mayer calls it “Jaws with a serial killer.”

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