Posts Tagged ‘Pressure Drop’

Beginnings (More)


February 4th, 2018 Posted 9:05 am

On Sunday we’ve been doing beginnings – all the Chet and Bernie’s (as part of Chetspeak) – and now taking on all the Peter Abrahams novels in chronological order. Here, from 1989, #5 – PRESSURE DROP (the first one where my Bahamian days came into play; look up blue holes if you get a chance. In this scene it’s an inland one. On the next book tour ask me about my crazy diving experiences way back when. I’d love to go on and on about it):

The blue hole isn’t blue. It is gray, even under a clear sky; just a quiet pond in the woods. Any of the village boys could skip a stone across it, but they never do. They don’t go near the blue hole because a monster lives at the bottom. The fisherman even claims he has seen it; the fisherman who drinks a bottle of rum a day.


Random Amazon Review We Like


October 5th, 2015 Posted 9:11 am

Five Stars – Awesome Book! – September 28, 2015.
Phyllis Macy on PRESSURE DROP by Peter Abrahams:

Loved this book! Kept me on the edge with the suspense. Couldn’t put it down. Highly recommend it to anyone who loves a good mystery with plenty of exciting twists and turns.


(And thanks to Open Road for bringing back 4 early Peter Abrahams novels. This is the most Bahamian of all his stories, next in line probably being LIGHTS OUT and then DELUSION.)




September 21st, 2015 Posted 7:35 am

PRESSURE DROP (the 4th book we ever wrote – and the most Bahamian) is on sale for $1.99! Scrounge around under the car seat.



4 Early Peter Abrahams Novels (More)


July 30th, 2015 Posted 9:31 am

And here’s PRESSURE DROP. Spence thinks PA’s love of the Bahamas shines though in this one. And then there are those cave diving scenes!

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