Praise for THE GHOST SHIP
The author's ability to weave fascinating history into a modern day mystery captured my attention and kept
me turning pages until the very end. As a sailor myself, I could find no fault with her terminology, as a matter of fact,
I learned some new words and enjoyed every minute of it. She did a magnificent job of describing the sea and the area of Cape
Hatteras, making a good case for visiting this beautiful area. There're ghosts, and murder, and mystery and enough romance
to satisfy any reader. Highly recommended.
I just finished reading The Ghost Ship. What a great read! I couldn't put it down! Would have easily finished it in
one day if I didn't have a 3-year-old (it took me two). I love to read books that make me feel like I'm lost in the
story. With The Ghost Ship I felt like I could smell the ocean! And the premise of the story was so different from other books
I've read lately, so refreshing. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves mysteries, romances, seafaring stories,
or just good old fashioned storytelling!
What if you could go back in time and solve the Jack the Ripper murders?
What if you could watch Lizzie Borden give her father 40 whacks and her mother 41?
What if you could go back to 1921 and climb aboard a fabulous five-masted schooner
on her maiden voyage. You'd be a witness to history; you'd be on her decks when she smashed her keel
into an Outer Banks shoal. You'd know who did it. Was it pirates? The Russians? Mutineers? Or Something
WOULD YOU DARE?
Ann Gavrion did and her life was never the same.