Paperback, 5.5″ x 8.25″
by P. Addison Wentz & Anne Wilson
A young man shows up on a small island off the coast of Maine with nothing more than a back pack. Has he come for a holiday? Is he planning on staying? Or, does he have some other reason for being here?
When a newspaper reporter stumbles on a controversial story that could implicate him, he is suddenly forced to confront his past and make some heart-wrenching decisions. This fast-paced story vacillates between colorful and quirky island life and powerful forces in the highest levels of government.
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Keeps you engaged from the very beginning. Intrigue, government cover-ups, and forbidden love. This will not disappoint
—JD Young, award-winning author
ABOUT THE AUTHORS:
After completing a degree in fine arts, Peter A. Wentz was commissioned into and worked as both staff officer and pilot in the U.S. Air Force. Later he headed the analysis department of the Burney Company, an equity management firm in Virginia. For many years he had a home on Matinicus Isle, Maine.
Anne Wilson has worked and published as a professional archaeologist and been a museum educator, school principal, and classroom teacher. Born in the North East of England, she now lives in Scotland’s Outer Hebrides, where she works as community engagement officer at the Grimsay Boat Haven and heritage center.