Tag Archives: Randy Wayne White

My Review of “Caribbean Rim” by Randy Wayne White

Caribbean Rim is the 25th Doc Ford crime novel by Randy Wayne White, and I’ve enjoyed most of them; but if this one had been the first, it would probably have also been the last. Check out the text of … Continue reading

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Randy Wayne White’s New Thriller Tackles One of Florida’s Most Enduring Mysteries

One of the most enduring Florida mysteries is that of Flight 19, a squadron of five Navy torpedo bombers that took off from Fort Lauderdale on a training mission on Dec. 5, 1945, and vanished somewhere off the Florida coast. … Continue reading

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A Review of Randy Wayne White’s “Gone”

Randy Wayne White introduces a female protagonist in Gone, his first thriller that does NOT feature Doc Ford, the hero of his first 19 books. Hannah Smith occupies the same Southwest Florida turf as Ford, but he and his familiar … Continue reading

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My Review of Randy Wayne White’s Latest

In addition to writing crime novels, I review them from time to time for The Associated Press. This week, I reviewed Night Vision, the latest Doc Ford novel from Randy Wayne White–and it’s a good one. To read the review, … Continue reading

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