Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Blog Diane Castle Black Oil Red Blood

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A Thriller by Diane Castle

Black Oil, Red Blood: What It’s All About

The thing about cancer is it’s hard to prove somebody gave it to you on purpose—but Chloe Taylor can prove it. In fact, she proves it for a living. She sues oil refineries that would rather save a buck than comply with safety regulations designed to do important things like, you know, keep people alive.

Chloe had a successful career until circumstances forced her to move to the bass-ackwards town of Kettle, Texas (human population: 4,000; gun population: 34,356). Big Oil industry giant PetroPlex employs half of Kettle’s population, and there’s no question the judge in the town’s got oil stains on his hands. It’s no wonder she’s been on a losing streak lately. She suspects she’s been litigating on an uneven playing field, but when her star expert witness turns up dead less than 48 hours before a make-or break hearing, she knows.

What she doesn’t know is the key piece of information that got her expert killed. It turns out PetroPlex is harboring a shocking secret—one that has the potential to skyrocket gasoline prices, spark an energy market meltdown, and trigger riots, chaos, death, and destruction on a global scale. Chloe must discover the secret and expose the villains before she is permanently silenced, all while juggling a troublesome ex-fiancé and a tantalizing new flame along the way.

Black Oil, Red Blood is a soon to be released thriller that explores the real-life dirt on which Big Oil spends millions sweeping under the rug. I am a licensed Texas attorney, and the injustices I saw helping the victims of BP, ExxonMobil, ChevronTexaco, and others laid the foundation for this book.

source: Black Oil, Red Blood: A Legal Thriller | Big Oil | Clean Energy

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