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Sharkwater Beach, Synopsis –
Print Length: 180 pages
Publication Date: May 13, 2017
Publisher: Severed Press
Beneath the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico, the biggest predator on the planet hunts, craving the flesh and blood of every creature it can sink its teeth into. Detective Jill McCourty receives a phone call from her old college professor when a mangled body washes up on the shores of Sharkwater Beach. Together they must discover what stalks the waters around the private island and stop it before it reaches the mainland. But how do you stop something so enormous, something so unique that it may have existed in another time? Jill vows to make sure what happens at Sharkwater Beach, stays at Sharkwater Beach.
Praise for Worlds Between My Teeth
“I liked a lot of this story. Meyer kills it with his action scenes, his gore, and does a great job with a number of these characters. His strengths remind me of Hunter Shea. There's definitely a ton of talent here.” – Glenn Rolfe, author of Becoming Purchase Amazon Want to Feature? If you’re a book blogger or media site and would like to feature Tim Meyer or review Sharkwater Beach, contact Erin Al-Mehairi, publicist, at email@example.com.
Tim Meyer, Biography Tim Meyer dwells in a dark cave near the Jersey Shore. He’s an author, husband, father, podcast host, blogger, coffee connoisseur, beer enthusiast, and explorer of worlds. He writes horror, mysteries, science fiction, and thrillers, although he prefers to blur genres and let the stories fall where they may. Among other titles, he’s previously published the short story collection, Worlds Between My Teeth.
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Review of SHARKWATER BEACH by Tim Meyer
I loved this book! I really enjoy marine horror (probably because I'm hydrophobic LOL) and this is excellently done. Author Tim Meyer really knows how to delve deep into his characters, several of them in depth, and also fleshes out supporting characters too. We get the down-low on the good guys, the bad guys, the half-and-halves, and super hints of a megalomaniac wealthy corporate founder masterminding in the deep background. PLUS we get super horror, and it's not just scary hauntings, this is pure human-research-gone-too-far coupled with terrifying science fiction probabilities. See if this one doesn't keep you awake many nights!