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Sean Jordan moves to New Orleans with his wife and daughter to escape his past. But when a new shock jock outs him as a convicted sex offender, his life unravels rather quickly. The police look at him for a bomb that went off at the aquarium and the murder of a seven year old girl. With Mardi Gras coming quickly, the police need to make a speedy arrest. And Sean is not making it easy for them.

A dolphin is described as an accidental capture when the law goes fishing for sharks. Every once in a while when hunting for a bad guy; a good guy gets caught in that net. But is Sean a dolphin?

There is so much about Sean that comes out in this story. He tries to overcome all obstacles and rid himself of baggage that he has been carrying. As the police investigate further; there are more murders, Sean’s wife may leave him and there may be no place to turn.

It’s is a suspenseful story to say the least. Not a mystery, but full of though provoking ideas. One has to fell not only for Sean, but also for the detective trying to solve the case(s) and also for the radio personality that as to deal with the new shock jock at his station. All around, a complex and exciting novel. ( )
  grumpydan | Aug 2, 2016 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0692578838, Paperback)

A PSYCHOLOGICAL THRILLER SET IN NEW ORLEANS

Former child prodigy and aspiring psychologist, Sean Jordan, moves to New Orleans, putting his past behind him, until a conservative radio station in a bid for higher ratings outs him as a dangerous sex offender. When the thirteen-year-old daughter of the station's nationally celebrated talk show host disappears, police scramble to take down Jordan, unaware that he too is a victim of the kidnapper, terrorizing the city on the eve of Mardi Gras. Jordan has a chance to save the girl but only if he meets the kidnapper's demands. Refusing could cost him his life.

Agreeing could cost him his soul.

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