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Knight's Cross (The Shipwreck Adventures) Paperback – December 8, 2015
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About the Author
Christine Kling has spent more than thirty years messing around with boats. She earned an MFA in creative writing from Florida International University, and her articles, essays, and short stories have appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies. Kling used her sailing experience to write her first four-book Seychelle Sullivan Suspense series and her new Shipwreck Adventure thrillers, Circle of Bones, Dragon’s Triangle, and Knight’s Cross. Having retired from her job as an English professor at Broward College in Fort Lauderdale, Kling now makes her home aboard a fifty-two-foot motorsailor, cruising the South Pacific with her family.
You can learn more about her real and fictional sailing adventures by visiting www.christinekling.com.
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Top Customer Reviews
Someone did her homework to developer such a seamless story with very good and very evil characters.
Difficult to put down, and easy to read.
Though three timelines kept me thinking, they synchronized very well.
The return of villain thought to be dead was a little disappointing, It just seems to be so predictable. The plausibility of the survival is never established, happening entirely off screen.
But we do have good doses of conspiracy theory and international Shadow organizations, which don't disappoint.
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