A Storm In From The Sea

A Storm In From The Sea

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by Arthur A. Lee
     
 
A Storm In From The Sea - Book 1 of the Morgan Crew Murder Mystery Series by Author and Investigator, Arthur Lee

Bargain priced to introduce you to the Morgan Crew Series - grab the chance to read Morgan's entire story from the very beginning!

Morgan Crew's quiet, peaceful and isolated seaside home of San Marcos, California is suddenly overtaken with

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A Storm In From The Sea - Book 1 of the Morgan Crew Murder Mystery Series by Author and Investigator, Arthur Lee

Bargain priced to introduce you to the Morgan Crew Series - grab the chance to read Morgan's entire story from the very beginning!

Morgan Crew's quiet, peaceful and isolated seaside home of San Marcos, California is suddenly overtaken with murder, mystery, and danger, when criminals invade the quiet little town like a storm in from the sea. Morgan is enlisted in spite of his fears and trepidations to save friends and even people he barely knows.

He meets a woman and falls in love with her, only to see her dragged down into the whirlpool of peril stirred by vicious sociopaths and organized criminals who have found Morgan's town a good place to do business. Follow along as Morgan risks his own life and freedom to save those around him.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780982861714
Publisher:
Leeward Publishers, LLC
Publication date:
08/15/2010
Series:
Morgan Crew Murder Mystery Series , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
411,974
File size:
921 KB

Meet the Author

Leeward Publishers, LLC is home of the celebrated Morgan Crew mystery series written by the renowned Private Investigator, Arthur Lee. After a long career as a private investigator, handling a broad range of cases, from missing persons to murder, Lee has retired in the Southeastern US. His novels combine his love for travel and excitement with the paralyzing fear experianced by being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Many of his novels are based on his real life experiences investigating crimes. Lee's books are entertaining for both men and women, who tend to bond with his characters.

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A Storm In From The Sea 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Arthur Lee's background in investigation work has given him the tools to write an intense and gripping novel. I couldn't put it down!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Arthur Lee's ability to paint a scene in the reader's imagination is excellent! It's easy to visualize this work on the big screen. Best of all, the Author's expansive character development makes you feel you've probably met some of the characters before. It's refreshing that his characters aren't perfect, they have human faults and weaknesses that makes them all the more realistic and sometimes unsettling. I enjoyed this book tremendously from early on. It's a fast read; there's a point at which you won't want to put it down!
gee13PJ More than 1 year ago
This was actually a good read for me. This is my first time out with this author and I can say it wasn't bad. It was not a page turner for me. The book is over 800 pages and a group of people that you have to keep up with. But for the main character to not be in law enforcement he does a lot.. But with the book being that long you do get some chapters that drag a bit. But all in all a pretty good read.
Guest More than 1 year ago
On of the best reads of all time........ A must read for all
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Good story very invilved
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love each of the Morgan Crew books. Sure wish Arthur Lee would write more.
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nancyg1NG More than 1 year ago
I thought this book was rather lame.  The main character talks about his wealth and money all throughout the book, yet he claims he really  does not care about it.  He must mention is MGB car a million times; to the point of adding boredom to the story.  The ending is  totally unbelievable.   There are 832 pages in this book and at least half could be left out and no one would miss a thing. Foul language is minimal, which was the one highlight of the book.