This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Elizabeth Robertson Huntsinger might wish she lived in a past era were she not so happy in this century reenacting colonial pirate adventures and the Civil War with the Charlestowne Few and the Pee Dee Light Artillery. A native of Manning, SC, Elizabeth moved to the edge of the continent to study English at Coastal Carolina University. After graduation, she spent years living aboard her first Georgetown County home, her antique wooden boat anchored in Murrells Inlet. Now a full-time storyteller with Georgetown County Library and Georgetown County First Steps, Elizabeth also conducts Ghosts of Georgetown Lantern Tours (www.ghostsofgeorgetown.com) with the love of her life, Lee Huntsinger, with whom she has a daughter, Virginia Lee. Elizabeth is the author of three non-fiction books: Ghosts of Georgetown, More Ghosts of Georgetown, and Georgetown Mysteries and Legends.Waterline is her first mystery novel. Codice inventario libreria
Riassunto: When a mysterious and fiery explosion takes the life of her estranged, adulterous husband, antiques dealer and Civil War reenactor Virginia Ross is unofficially blamed for murder. Living aboard and restoring her 1948 motor-yacht, Chaucer, she is hoping to fulfill her long-time dream of opening a shop specializing in maritime antiques. As she becomes friends with octogenarian customer, Miss Eugenia Allston, and romantically involved with the artist she contracts to paint the name on Chaucer's stern, Remy Ravenel , Virginia begins to uncover startling parallels between her husband's probable murder and a pair of decades-old unsolved mysteries—the disappearance of Miss Eugenia's half-sister Geneva McKenna during Hurricane Hazel of 1954, and the apparent murder of Geneva's gentleman friend aboard Geneva's boat, Cheshire, in 1949. Could the mysterious death of Virginia's husband be somehow linked to Geneva, who disappeared so long ago and happened to own a boat eerily similar to her own? Or are these events merely coincidental? Virginia finds herself fighting for her own life as she races against time to unscramble the pieces of the decades-old crimes, hoping they will lead her to answers.
About the Author: Elizabeth Robertson Huntsinger is a full-time storyteller and tour guide. She is the author of Georgetown Mysteries and Legends, Ghosts of Georgetown, and More Ghosts of Georgetown. She lives in Georgetown, South Carolina.
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Descrizione libro Holladay House Publishing, 2014. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 194198004X
Descrizione libro Holladay House Pub, 2014. Paperback. Condizione libro: Brand New. 284 pages. 8.50x5.50x0.75 inches. In Stock. Codice libro della libreria 194198004X