War Boat (River Sunday Romance Mysteries Book 9)
by Thomas Hollyday
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Don't miss this new thriller, War Boat, by Thomas Hollyday on Amazon Kindle.
In 1941 a Chesapeake town built a war boat to attack a U-Boat marauding its shore.
Was its sinking the work of a traitor? Were all the dead volunteers betrayed to the Nazi boats?
Now, a grandson enters the town's dark hidden world for the truth. John Thornton and his archeologist pal, Dr. Clarissa Pebbles, risk their lives to uncover the secret Nazi plan that could have changed America forever. Thornton's personal goals undergo radical change as he finds himself caring more for others, far more than he did as a cutthroat business success.
It's a mystery told within the shadows of World War Two and the hunts for hidden war criminals. Add the natural beauty of the Eastern Shore of Maryland to its traditions and legends of good and evil. Thomas Hollyday has had much critical success with his Chesapeake fiction and non-fiction. Enjoy War Boat, his new and fascinating page turner for your reading pleasure.
War Boat is the ninth book of the acclaimed River Sunday Romance Mystery series by Thomas Hollyday. The author's unique Chesapeake voice once again gives us an exciting read about the people, their beliefs and legends, and the grasping mud and black water wetlands of this mysterious American region. His other critically acclaimed novels include Slave Graves, Magnolia Gods, Powerboat Racer, Gold, Terror Flower, China Jewel, Easter Sunday, and Power.
Each book, introducing new memorable characters, retains the simple and beautiful lifestyle, history and beauty of the Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay. Powerful subjects written for the family such as freedom, atomic war, racism, religion, terror, sailing, and family love, are approached. Stories are insightful and well researched with technical expertise, humor, and fast moving action. See the Thomas Hollyday Author Page at Amazon Author Central.
Length: 245 Pages (476 KB)Lending: EnabledAdded: Nov 18th, 2019