Blood Foam (Hardcover)
A Lewis Cole Mystery (Lewis Cole Mysteries)
Pegasus Crime, 9781605987903, 336pp.
Publication Date: June 15, 2015
Other Editions of This Title:
Hardcover, Large Print (12/23/2015)
A wounded and healing Lewis Cole—retired Department of Defense analyst and magazine columnist—returns to his fire-damaged home on Tyler Beach with two things on his mind: to recover from a bullet wound and to repair his nearly two hundred-year-old home before a hurricane scours his house into the unforgiving ocean.
But just when his work has begun, former lover and journalist Paula Quinn comes to him with an urgent request. Her fiancé, attorney Mark Spencer, has gone missing. Phone calls, e-mails, and text messages have gone unanswered. His car is gone, and his home is empty.
Lewis is Paula’s last hope to find her missing fiancé, and despite his fear for what might happen to his home, Lewis agrees to search for the missing attorney.
But one puzzling aspect of Mark’s life leads to Lewis asking more questions . . . until gunfire suddenly erupts in placid downtown Tyler. And Lewis and Paula find themselves on the run from a deadly gang, who are also searching for Mark Spencer—to find him and kill him for a past betrayal. So Lewis begins a difficult quest while his own world is threatened by ruthless men and gathering storm clouds.
About the Author
Praise For Blood Foam: A Lewis Cole Mystery (Lewis Cole Mysteries)…
I've been reading in the genre for decades, so it comes as a very pleasant surprise for me to encounter the work of someone as accomplished as Brendan Dubois. I was held rapt by the adventures of Lewis Cole and company in Blood Foam. I eagerly look forward to sampling more of Mr. DuBois' wares.
DuBois has created a fascinating character in Lewis Cole.
with excellent twists, very good suspense from several sources, and a well-done
It is impossible for me to overpraise Brendan DuBois.
— Otto Penzler, The Mysterious Bookshop
a pleasantly complicated plot and interesting characters, it's a suspenseful,
fans will enjoy the ride.
The hero handles his predicament successfully and to this reader’s immense satisfaction.
— Eugen Weber