HAMPTON, GA (PRWEB) October 04, 2012
Seven clinical psychology students from the University of Maine come face to face with death when their exciting delivery of a new sailboat to Florida turns into a tragic event. Author Joe Miller invites fiction-thriller enthusiasts to follow Captain Charles and his six crews as they sail from Maine to Florida and experience the horrifying summer break of their lives in High Adventure.
This book follows the story of Charles and his six friends who are tasked to deliver the new sailboat, Bounder, to Florida from Maine. Everything about their trip starts nicely—not to overlook the sailboat’s beauty, all shiny white fiberglass and sleek lines and reliable mechanical features—but then everything goes downhill. Soon, ghosts and death visit on the high seas. Four crew members spend time in a dungeon but save a 20-year-old kid. The adventure turns into a horrible nightmare. Will they be able to get to Florida and go back to college in Maine without losing any member of the crew?
Spine-chilling, filled with ghostly romantic images and many other jaw-dropping scenes, High Adventure is a transfixing novel that will take readers at the edge of their seats, gasping and wanting for more of Miller’s absorbing threads.
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About the Author
Joe Miller, born in 1935, became interested in writing in the early ‘50s while serving in the Armed Services and stationed in England. After his military career, he served 15 years as an Air Traffic Controller with the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration and then became an Investor. Miller is an avid bicyclist, runner, an amateur radio operator, and is a collector of firearms. He sincerely hopes readers will enjoy this story of “High Adventure” and would love to hear their thoughts about it. He may be contacted by email at n4eu(at)yahoo(dot)com.
High Adventure * by Joe Miller
Publication Date: September 21, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 160 pages; 978-1-4797-2109-2
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 160 pages; 978-1-4797-2110-8
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