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Muddy Waters Paperback - Book 5: A Rick Waters Novel (Caribbean Adventure Series)

Muddy Waters Paperback - Book 5: A Rick Waters Novel (Caribbean Adventure Series)

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Book Five in the Rick Waters Series. Join thousands of readers in 17 countries.

#1 Best seller by Eric Chance Stone.

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★★★★★ My new favorite author, since Clive Cussler has passed. - Reader Review.

★★★★★ “Best One Yet!!” A nonstop thrill ride with a twist I never saw coming. Eric Chance Stone has become my favorite writer. - James P. - Reader Review

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Rick Waters and the gang must find Tyler Raynes who was kidnapped on Halloween night at the crossroads in Mississippi.

He went there to sell his soul to the devil, following in the footsteps of Blues legend, Robert Johnson. But Tyler met an even more insidious fate at the hands of a certified psychopath.

Was Tyler involved in a crime with a sick criminal with a taste for revenge, or did he actually meet a demon from the fires of hell?

As each hour passes, the chances of Tyler being found alive become less and less likely.

Possum’s intense online research reveals a clue that could blow this case wide open, and turn it on it's head, as Jules comes into her own. She is now a force to be reckoned with.

Get ready to sit on the edge of your seat. This is the best movie you'll ever read!

"He just keeps writing winners!"

"They get better each time. Mr. Stone is now one of my favorite authors"

"It seems I've known that damn bird Chief all my life."

"This book made my vacation!" 

"Nonstop twists and turns." 

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Enjoy an excerpt from African Waters.

“Jules, I guess we’re going to Zambia.”

Rick and Jules had just solved the murder of Ava, the daughter of a wealthy businessman in South Africa. The case had been covered by mainstream media all over Africa and was one of the most publicized cases the country had ever seen. In the hotel, they and Gary had been ready to take a breather and then get out of Africa and out of the spotlight—until a young black man by the name of Junior Dlamini knocked on the door and offered Rick another case. His father, Bandile Dlamini, had been killed in what was officially ruled a “hunting accident.” But Junior was certain he had been murdered.

“My father spent most of his life protecting animals from poachers,” he’d explained. “He made many enemies.” Shortly before his death, his dad had become aware of a large stash of illegal elephant ivory. “The biggest collection in all of Africa. There is a seventeen-million-kwacha reward for finding the ivory and delivering it to the government to get it off of the black market. That’s the equivalent to a million US dollars. My father found the stash and stole it. He hid it somewhere near the Zambezi River near the Kafue National Park. He told me if anything ever happened to him, that the proof of his death would be found with the ivory. He gave me a map to it, but it was destroyed when my dad’s Toyota Land Cruiser was fire-bombed. He had just given it to me when his new Land Rover Defender arrived. I think the men who blew up my Toyota thought my dad was driving. I was lucky to get out alive. I have terrible burns on my arms.” He lifted his arms, which were both covered in bandages. “When the truck blew up, I had just opened the top and I was able to climb out before it burnt to the ground. The map was in the console. It was completely destroyed. Two days later, my father was shot in the back and died alone beside his new overland truck. There’s no way it was an accident. No one would shoot that close to a vehicle accidentally.”

Junior had told Rick that because the local police were corrupt and had failed to solve his dad’s murder, the case had gone cold. “Please, Mr. Waters, you must help me.” He’d stared at Rick plaintively, his dark eyes behind his glasses begging for help.

After careful deliberation, Rick had decided to take on the case. Even if there wasn’t compensation for returning the ivory to the government, he would’ve taken the case anyway. It was the right thing to do. For now, Florida would have to wait. He just didn’t know how to break the news to his crew, Johnie and Possum, back in Key West. He’d figure it out. This was too important.

“Junior, I’ll help you. By the way, this is Jules, and over there is my partner, Gary. We’ll need to fly to Zambia. What is the closest airport to your area?”

 

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