"Colorful locales, generous portions of menace, and a finale pitting good voodoo against bad voodoo and fake voodooall diluted by a National Geographic sense of evil."
Some mysterious force is killing the dolphins and people who swim too close to the Boiling Hole off Grand Bahama, and elderly schoolteacher Evelyn Wade (Long Lines) strikes an unlikely alliance with Esquire journalist August Clevenger and voodoo matriarch Mama Da to find out what and why (a long-dormant virus? a fast-acting poison that leaves no trace except for cirrhosis? witchcraft and black magic?).
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