Killer Across the Ocean
About the Book
How significant is the threat when a mandatory hurricane evacuation is ordered that requires everyone, including all military, to abandon Florida?
That's what Kara Cook, a TV reporter from Miami, wondered when given the assignment to cover a hurricane approaching South Florida. Kara faced the killer across the ocean before as a young girl. She reluctantly accepted the challenge in hopes of advancing her career, but had no idea how she'd overcome her mortal fear of hurricanes. Due to the miscalculations surrounding Katrina, the mandatory evacuation was stringently enforced. The enemy took advantage of the chaos and planned an attack. Kara and a young Cuban man from the hurricane center found they were the only ones remaining that could repel the assault.
Can Kara overcome her phobia of hurricanes and thwart the attack or will she succumb to her deepest fears? Will the enemy take control of Florida?
Throughout this fascinating saga, Diveley guides the reader through a maze of clues that ultimately reveals how the attack was orchestrated by an unforeseen enemy. Diveley illuminates how the seemingly insignificant favors given to government employees were strung together to form a stream of events that made the entire attack possible.
About the Author
Robert Diveley is known for his provocative stories that merge world events into fast paced thrillers having fascinating twists and turns. He is the author of Finding Bin Laden...The Ultimate Reporting Assignment and has written several screenplays within this genre. Robert lives in Key West Florida with his wife Patty.