Set around Miami in Florida it follows the exploits of journalist Deborah Jones and her colleagues at the Miami Herald as they attempt to unravel conspiracy theories within conspiracy theories all linked to the infamous 28 missing pages from the 9/11 Investigation.
Deborah and her boss Sam are up against the big boys; the CIA, the NSA, you name it and in this fast-moving, almost frenetic, at times plot we are led on a merry chase to piece together the truth about what really was on those missing pages.
I thoroughly enjoyed the pace and the characters in this story. It was funny actually because it never registered to me that Deborah was African-American until very late in the story. This is a thriller that keeps you rooted and turning the pages. It is a very hard book to put down.
If you are into conspiracy theories or just like a good fast-paced thriller/mystery, then you ould do much worse than to grab Dark Waters and give it a crack. I notice that this is the second book in the Deborah Jones series, the first being Mami Requiem. I will certainly be having a look at that next time I 'm in the mood for a thriller. Great job Mr Turner and well worth the five stars I am giving it.