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A diver is found dead in an underwater park and at first glance it looks just like an unfortunate dive related accident until pieces of evidence wash ashore and are found lying in the sand. One diver is able to put the pieces together and because of his persuit, several other divers are put in harms way. Diving is a relatively safe sport, but for some it can be made deadly.
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About the Author
Mike Hughes has a degree in marine biology from San Francisco State University. Ironically, most of his studies in marine biology were completed at the University of Hawaii back when they did not offer a degree in that field. He has been a PADI Master Instructor and writer for Dive News Network for the last 10 years. He has written over a hundred articles of five regional dive magazines including: Northwest Dive News, Southwest Dive News, Northeast Dive News, Southeast Dive News, and Mid-west Dive News. He has also recorded close to 300-scuba dive related video clips on Youtube under mike hughes scuba. Currently, he is working on a scuba dive guidebook that will cover all of North America.