"P.J. Alderman's ...characters are very real and kind of rough around the edges, which is what makes them so wonderful to get to know... Alderman... paints a wonderful picture of the lives and trials of the fishermen born into a life aboard the trawlers and have to circumnavigate treacherous waters." --Fresh Fiction
"Alderman introduces diverse characters, mixes them up with plots upon subplots, and sets it all against the backdrop of small-town Astoria, Oregon. Better still, she makes it work." --Amy Wolff Sorter, Reviewer, Amazon USA, UK, & Germany
About the Author
New York Times bestselling author P. J. Alderman is one of fifteen Indie authors to break into the Top 150 USA Today bestsellers for 2011. She has spent more than two decades in the Pacific Northwest port towns that inspire her romantic thrillers and mysteries. Alderman's contemporary Columbia River thriller, A Killing Tide, recently climbed the charts to stay on the New York Timesand USA Today bestseller lists for eight weeks. Her Port Chatham cozy mysteries, also bestsellers, take readers on a journey back in time to a lawless nineteenth century waterfront, blending history, murder, and present-day supernatural sleuthery.