Twenty-some years ago, Blake Sanders’s best friend Perry Langford was arrested and convicted of murder for a campus bombing, but Langford always maintained his innocence, claiming someone else blew up the building. Not even Blake knows what really happened, and he was there, a secret he’s kept all this time. Now Langford is out of prison, and he’s gunning for all those he holds responsible for his stint in stir, including Blake. Whoever planted the bomb is cleaning up loose ends, and the prize they’re still seeking after all this time—a revolutionary battery design—is worth a fortune, even worth selling out one’s own country…and killing for.
The sequel to the Thriller Award-nominated “Night Blind.”
NIGHT TIDE is available from Amazon.
“A tight, well-constructed story and characters that leap from the page. I’ll definitely be back for more.” –Robert Gregory Browne, author of Trial Junkies 2: Negligence
“Even better than Night Blind, and that’s not easy.” –Timothy Hallinan, author of The Fame Thief
“…a cracking good story and a first-rate thriller.” – J. Carson Black, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of The Survivors Club
Michael W. Sherer is the Thriller Award-nominated, best-selling author of Night Blind, the first in the Seattle-based Blake Sanders thriller series, which also was named a best book of 2012 by The Examiner’s “Miami Books.” His other books include six novels in the award-winning Emerson Ward mystery series, the stand-alone suspense novel, Island Life, which was a USA Book News “Best Books” award-winner in 2008, and the Tess Barrett YA thriller series.
A member and past regional vice president of Mystery Writers of America, Mike is also a member of the International Thriller Writers. He’s served as a judge for both MWA’s Edgar and ITW’s Thriller Awards.
Mike is working on the fourth Blake Sanders thriller as well as the second in the Tess Barrett YA thriller series. He and his family now reside in the Seattle area. Please visit him at www.michaelwsherer.com or you can find him on Facebook at www.facebook.com/
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