The Dark Tide (Compact Disc)
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From the New York Times bestselling author of The Blue Zone comes this second mesmerizing thriller about a woman who must unravel the secrets from her dead husband's past.
An explosion rips through New York City's Grand Central Station, destroying the train Karen Friedman's husband, a successful hedge fund manager, is riding in to work. On the same day, there's a suspicious hit-and-run accident in Karen's hometown of Greenwich, Connecticut, and Ty Hauck, a detective, finds a clue that shockingly connects the two seemingly unrelated events.
Months later, two men show up at Karen's home digging into Charles' business dealings. Hundreds of millions of dollars are missing—and the trail points squarely to Charles. Suddenly Karen, with Hauck, steps into a widening storm of hedge fund losses, international scams and murder. And as the investigations converge, these two strangers are pulled into a twisted—and deadly—conspiracy. With its breakneck pacing, plentiful twists, compelling characters, and abundant heart, The Dark Tide confirms Andrew Gross' place as a master storyteller at the top of his game.
About the Author
Andrew Gross is the author of "New York Times" and international bestsellers "The Blue Zone", "Don't Look Twice", and "The Dark Tide", which was nominated for the Best Thriller of the Year award by the International Thriller Writers. He is also coauthor of five number one bestsellers with James Patterson, including "Judge & Jury" and "Lifeguard". He lives in Westchester County, New York, with his wife, Lynn. You can follow Andrew Gross on Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, and at AndrewGross Books.com.
Melissa Leo is best known as Detective Kay Howard on NBC's Homicide: Life on the Street, and the role of Emma on The Young Riders. She was nominated for a Daytime Emmy(R) for her role as Linda Warner on All My Children. Ms. Leo has guest starred on numerous television series including Law & Order, Legacy, The Equalizer, Spencer for Hire and Gideon Oliver. Her television movies include Carolina Skeletons, Scarlett and The Incident.