An Olde Christmas Carol (Storm Ketchum Tales, #1)

An Olde Christmas Carol (Storm Ketchum Tales, #1)

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by Garrett Dennis
     
 

From the author who took you to PORT STARBIRD...

In this companion story to the Storm Ketchum Adventures series of cozy island mysteries, a stolen item is recovered and a Victorian lesson is relearned.
 
Ketch, a new and damaged emigre to North Carolina's picturesque Outer Banks, simply wants to be alone. Now that he's finally where his

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From the author who took you to PORT STARBIRD...

In this companion story to the Storm Ketchum Adventures series of cozy island mysteries, a stolen item is recovered and a Victorian lesson is relearned.
 
Ketch, a new and damaged emigre to North Carolina's picturesque Outer Banks, simply wants to be alone. Now that he's finally where his soul belongs, he thinks he doesn't need anyone but his dog. But in the tradition of Scrooge, he learns otherwise at the annual Banker celebration of Olde Christmas.

Join Ketch and his loyal dog Jack as they embark on a winter journey of self-discovery and redemption on historic Hatteras Island, where intrigue (and Old Buck) could be just around the next corner.

And enjoy a free full-length Storm Ketchum Adventure when you read this Tale. See inside for details...

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940152168914
Publisher:
TBD Press
Publication date:
07/11/2015
Series:
Storm Ketchum Tales , #1
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
13,838
File size:
558 KB

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An Olde Christmas Carol 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous 11 months ago
A 25 page free tale of a Olde Christmas celebration that took place in a nap with visitations of the women in his past, future, and present; and the awakening of his life. A very interesting well-written tale of a dream......or not a dream???
IReadWhatYouWrite More than 1 year ago
The holiday season wouldn’t be complete without at least one Dickens’ style story, that this is set on the 12th day of Christmas or Olde Christmas, is a fun twist. I know nothing about Storm Ketchum, but he sounds just like the grizzled, skeptical PI that makes for great detective fiction. This story makes a pass at detectiving but focuses on leading Ketch through a surreal dream beginning with his ex- wife, followed by a local merchant in his new hometown and ending with a grisly text message that seemed to show, his lonely death. Just imagine what Dickens could have done with technology. The title clued the reader into the homage, still it was a nice way to spend the afternoon.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I liked this story a lot. So pleasant and a great ending
Anonymous More than 1 year ago