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Publisher Description

#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

CELEBRATING THE 20th ANNIVERSARY WITH A NEW FOREWORD BY THE AUTHOR


Wounded in the line of duty, NYPD homicide detective John Corey convalesces in the Long Island township of Southold, home to farmers, fishermen -- and at least one killer. Tom and Judy Gordon, a young, attractive couple Corey knows, have been found on their patio, each with a bullet in the head. The local police chief, Sylvester Maxwell, wants Corey's big-city expertise, but Maxwell gets more than he bargained for.

John Corey doesn't like mysteries, which is why he likes to solve them. His investigations lead him into the lore, legends, and ancient secrets of northern Long Island -- more deadly and more dangerous than he could ever have imagined. During his journey of discovery, he meets two remarkable women, Detective Beth Penrose and Mayflower descendant Emma Whitestone, both of whom change his life irrevocably. Ultimately, through his understanding of the murders, John Corey comes to understand himself.

Fast-paced and atmospheric, marked by entrancing characters, incandescent storytelling, and brilliant comic touches, Plum Island is Nelson DeMille at his thrill-inducing best.

GENRE
Mysteries & Thrillers
RELEASED
2003
June 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
608
Pages
PUBLISHER
Grand Central Publishing
SELLER
Hachette Digital, Inc.
SIZE
3.6
MB

Customer Reviews

dsphilli ,

Plum Island

Good book, hard to put down. Only problem I found was the extended conversation during the boat chase was a little too long for those sea conditions. Based on my experiences in Coast Guard search and rescue, I found any conversation in an open boat nearly impossible during a CAT-1 hurricane. Wind, rain, sea and engine noises alone would have drowned them out, making conversation very difficult. With that said, that part of the book was very dramatic.

DannyBoy491 ,

His Best!

This is the best of the best every minute and just as good the third time around.DannyBoy491

budybody ,

Plum Island

Got tired of his smart remarks and the story was going nowhere

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