An Ocracoke Affairby T.L. Peters
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A staid corporate attorney travels to the Outer Banks of North Carolina for a quick vacation but finds more than he bargained for when two beautiful and raucous young women take charge of his life and then threaten to kill him when he doesn't go along with their bizarre and violent plans. Try this page-turner for a quick and entertaining read. And while you're at it, check out Peters' other fun and fast-paced thrillers set along the beautiful coastal region of North Carolina, Nags Head Affair and An Outer Banks Vacation.
Praise for a companion novel, A Pittsburgh Affair
“I found [A Pittsburgh Affair] to be thrilling and full of suspense.” Tanya at All Things Books
“[I]t was a fast-paced thriller, sometimes even a bit humorous. I especially loved Moonglow. She was super awesome, and she kicked ass. Literally.” Ashton The Book Blogger.
“A Pittsburgh Affair is very fast paced, and I soon found myself whisked away on Spencer’s adventure of suspense and intrigue….Suspense is prevalent, especially as the novel develops, yet Peters juxtaposes it nicely with comic relief as the characters find themselves in harrowing situations and making unorthodox decisions.” Shana at A Book Vacation
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Meet the Author
The author is an ex-lawyer who enjoys playing the violin and giving his dog long walks in the woods. In between, he writes novels. You can visit him at http://tlpeters.blogspot.com.
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I gave two stars for the great descriptions of the island towns and villages and the surrounding ecosystem of the dunes. The plot, however etertaining at first, became disturbingly implausible in terms of the abilities of the two hot babes. For starters, they have superhuman strength, and they have an uncanny ability to know where the main character is at all times. The author might have been better off to have made these two female characters vampires, zombies, or witches. This would have made the plot more interestig and more believable. His over use of "I" and "But" to start sentences was rather amateurish to me. The ending was anticlimactic and ho hum.
This book is really good!!
A quick and entertaining read. Unlike anything you've ever read before.
Very poorly written, my 12 year old writes better.