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  • ISBN 0312104944
  • ISBN13 978-0312104948
  • Language English
  • Author David Poyer
  • Publisher St Martins Pr; 1st edition (April 1, 1994)
  • Pages 309
  • Formats mbr lrf lit docx
  • Category Mystery and Suspense
  • Subcategory Thrillers and Suspense
  • Size ePub 1921 kb
  • Size Fb2 1737 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 688

Diver Tiller Galloway leaves North Carolina for the coast of Louisiana to work on the offshore oil rigs, only to stumble upon a plot that threatens a huge environmental disaster. By the author of Bahamas Blue. 25,000 first printing.

Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Tiller Galloway by. David Poyer (Goodreads Author).

There can be no better writer of modern sea adventure around today  .

David Poyer (born 1949) is an American author and retired naval officer. He has written over 40 books, mostly novels. He was born in DuBois, Pennsylvania in 1949. Poyer graduated from the . Naval Academy in 1971

David Poyer (born 1949) is an American author and retired naval officer. Naval Academy in 1971. He wrote as an active duty naval officer and a naval reserve captain; his service included duty in the Atlantic, Arctic, Pacific, Caribbean, and Persian Gulf area prior to his retirement from the Navy in July 2001.

Beneath the shimmering surface of the Louisiana Gulf, a deadly scheme is making waves.

A Thriller that's spicier than a bowl of Louisiana Gumbo! By Thriftbooks. com User, November 17, 1998. In Louisiana Blue, the third of the Tiller Galloway series, Tiller and his partner, Shad leave North Carolina and head to the oilfield trash towns of South Louisiana looking for offshore diving jobs and a chance to put their lives back together.

Louisiana Blue: A Tiller Galloway Underwater Thriller. The best parts of the book rely on Poyer's intimate knowledge of Albermarle Sound, the rhythms of speech and weather peculiar to coastal North Carolina, and the shipwreck legends near those treacherous waters. Down to a Sunless Sea: A Tiller Galloway Underwater Thriller. Just as important, Tiller and his friends are lively, interesting, and believable. He's a natural for a series.

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David Poyer's nearly fifty books have been USA Today bestsellers, sold to films, and . THUNDER ON THE MOUNTAIN, set in the Pennsylvania hills; and HATTERAS BLUE, BAHAMAS BLUE, LOUISIANA BLUE, and DOWN TO A SUNLESS SEA, underwater diving adventure.

THUNDER ON THE MOUNTAIN, set in the Pennsylvania hills; and HATTERAS BLUE, BAHAMAS BLUE, LOUISIANA BLUE, and DOWN TO A SUNLESS SEA, underwater diving adventure. Other noteworthy books are THE ONLY THING TO FEAR, a historical thriller, THE RETURN OF PHILO T. McGIFFIN, a comic novel of Annapolis, and the three volumes of The Civil War at Sea, FIRE ON THE WATERS, A COUNTRY OF OUR OWN, and THAT ANVIL OF OUR SOULS.

The United States and their Allied forces struggle to survive world war with China in this compelling, realistic thriller, the next in the Dan Lenson series. World War III continues in Overthrow, the next novel in the acclaimed series featuring Admiral Dan Lenson as the Allies converge against China, North Korea, and Iran in an explosive series of events.

This is a work of fiction. Characters, companies, and organizations in this novel are either the product of the author’s imagination or, if real, are used fictitiously, without intent to describe their actual conduct.

The Civil War at Sea. That Anvil of Our Souls. This is a work of fiction. Printed in the United States of America.

Talk about Louisiana Blue


Reighbyra
I became a fan of Poyer's work reading the Dan Lenson series. In my opinion, the Tiller Galloways aren't quite as good, but that is probably a reflection of my greater interest in military books than it is a failing on the part of the author. The Tiller Galloway series has the intense grittiness, descriptive detail, well developed action, and unexpected twists that are the hallmarks of David Poyer's work. He is one of the best out there, and this series is well worth your time.
EXIBUZYW
I learned a lot about the diving industry through this novel. It was very interesting, and the characters continue from earlier books.
Kelenn
A must read if you like the other Tiller novels. Best in class deep adventure. A real can't put down page Turner.
Hugighma
A long time reader of David Poyer's Daniel Lenson series, I wanted to try some of his books with different characters.
Wohald
I love the Tiller Galloway novels. Some of Poyers other stuff doesnt do it for me, but the Tiller novels really have a great feel for the water and diving. Love them all.
Ohatollia
have actually read twice over the years
Foxanayn
This novel is a big disappointment. I'm a Poyer fan, but this is far below his usual standard. A boring book full of unpleasant characters & diving-jargon techno-babble. The plot, such as it is, doesn't even get going till the last 80 pages. If this had been my first Tiller novel I wouldn't bother continuing with the series. Another problem is that Tiller isn't that likable in this novel. It's OK to have a rogue hero, but the rogue has to have some redeeming qualities or be likable in some way. In this episode Tiller is an unattractive jerk even though he does the "right thing" in the end. But by then who cares. I'll continue with the series but I hope they get better!
In Louisiana Blue, the third of the Tiller Galloway series, Tiller and his partner, Shad leave North Carolina and head to the oilfield trash towns of South Louisiana looking for offshore diving jobs and a chance to put their lives back together. They find work with a less than reputable company, DeepTech, headed by a hard drinking, fast living cajun, Roland "Bender" Boudreaux. Just as things are starting to look good, Tiller find himself in deep trouble again! Deep as in 900 feet down in the Gulf of Mexico! Very smartly written, I couldn't read the last three chapters fast enough! As a diver, a former oilfield employee, and a native of the Bayou State, I was very impressed with Poyer's detail and vivid descriptions of South Louisiana and the Offshore Oil Industry. Galloway reminds me of Clive Cussler's DIRK PITT and James W. Hall's THORN all rolled into one! Readers who enjoy a good thriller with lots of vivid underwater action will love David Poyer's LOUISIANA BLUE!