Bare Foot Cruises
The plot of the novel Caribbean Island London policeman Edward Rod, after a bout of depression, accepts a post as chief inspector on a Caribbean island. His wife Margaret is about to walk out on him and take their daughter back to England, but a series of unexpected crimes requires them to stay on the island as the most virulent hurricane in two decades is brewing off the coast. Out of the blue, Edward's daughter is kidnapped by the dangerous serial killer supposedly behind all the recent crimes. Edward and Margaret race against the clock to save their daughter, but time runs out, and the crimes keep piling up. Muna is an Iraqi Christian refugee working as the island's scuba instructor, but she's hiding a terrible secret. Samia, a luxury prostitute, seems to be the only witness who can identify the murderer. Who is really behind the deaths of several millionaires on one of the world's most loaded tax havens? Why is money leaking out of their accounts? Can Edward save his daughter in the middle of a category 5 hurricane?
This book studies the relationship between mass communication and cultural domination and looks at the flow of influence from the originating society to the receiving one that is greater than that of the original.
Throughout the Chapters of the text, the author takes you on a journey exploring the captivating and alluring charms of the Caribbean Sea, with its rich diverse ecosystems, marine life, coral reefs and its many fascinating activities which lure tourists to the region year after year. It is indeed a picture of a haven of rest and relaxation as in the account of the genesis story of Adam and Eve. This picture of an idyllic haven is however juxtaposed against the realities which threaten the region such as the threats of marine pollution in its varied forms, climate change, global warming, degradation and destruction of the ecosystems including the destruction of the coral reefs and marine life. The author therefore examines the challenges to marine governance and the need to preserve and protect the Caribbean Sea for both present and future generations, especially since several of the fragile and vulnerable economies of the region depend heavily on the Caribbean Sea to generate their economic growth and development. Within her text, she seeks to present a case for designating the Sea as a special area in the context of sustainable development and to explore the legal implications of this designation.
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