By Randy Wayne White
Former executive agent-turned-marine biologist document Ford reveals himself not able to take care of his neutrality while a conflict among Florida's game and advertisement fishermen escalates into arson and homicide. by means of the writer of Sanibel residences.
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You didn't know the deceased, right? " I hesitated. " "Yeah . . you couldn't have known. One of our guys just talked to them, the hospital. Tentatively, we've got his name as Jimmy Darroux, a commercial fisherman from Sulphur Wells. " I said, "That's right. Darroux . . the name's not familiar. It took us about an hour to count heads, me and the others from the marina. Make sure it wasn't one of us. " Jackson had the soft, rounded speech pattern of the southern regions of the Middle Atlantic.
M. We had a good hour of darkness left, and I was about to suggest that he scan another part of the sky. I was facing the marina . . had, once again, confirmed that there was no movement on the docks; realized I had probably imagined the human form . . and I had begun to say, "Check the northern sky—" when the dock exploded. An orange corona bubbled up over the water, I heard a suctioning ka-WOOF, and then the entire marina was illuminated . . illuminated just for an instant, as if a flashbulb had gone off.
I asked, "What? " "His name? He never said his name. Man, he could hardly speak. —it forced this intense heat down him. His pharynx, his lungs, everything. I know there's perfect symmetry to every event, every little thing that happens, but that is one shitty way to go, man. ' He told me that. ' Said it about three times, the name. Hannah. I was holding his hand. By then, the ER doctor said that contact, the risk of infection . . well ... " Tomlinson was flopped down in the reading chair by the north window.
Captiva by Randy Wayne White