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Genre: Suspense/Literary Fiction Approximate word count: 55-60,000 words Availability Kindle: The Greek Seaman YES Nook: YES DTB: NO Author: Born and educated in London, England, author Jacqueline Howett now lives in the US.She is also a painter (some of her work can be viewed on her blog) and previously published a short story, Description: An eighteen year-old newlywed finds herself on a romantic adventure when she goes to sea with her sailor husband on a large cargo ship.Whether Katy and Don will survive the criminal conspiracies the ship owner and captain have planned is yet another conflict that should keep a reader in suspense to the end. One reason is the spelling and grammar errors, which come so quickly that, especially in the first several chapters, it’s difficult to get into the book without being jarred back to reality as you attempt unraveling what the author meant.
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