Sea Bitch: Four Tales of Nautical Noir [NOOK Book]

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SEA BITCH is a collection of four short stories by the acclaimed nautical writer Christine Kling. The women and girls who sail these waters might appear somewhat innocent, but all turn deadly dangerous before these tales are done. Look out guys, if there is one theme among these pages, it is that revenge is sweet.

The first story "The Night Watchman" is the original story ...
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Sea Bitch: Four Tales of Nautical Noir

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Overview

SEA BITCH is a collection of four short stories by the acclaimed nautical writer Christine Kling. The women and girls who sail these waters might appear somewhat innocent, but all turn deadly dangerous before these tales are done. Look out guys, if there is one theme among these pages, it is that revenge is sweet.

The first story "The Night Watchman" is the original story wherein Christine created Seychelle Sullivan, the tug and salvage captain who went on to appear in her first four books, and serves as a prequel to the series.

"Dead Storage" first appeared in the popular collection Miami Noir published by Akashic Books.

The collection concludes with bonus excerpts from Christine's new thriller CIRCLE OF BONES and from the first in her Seychelle Sullivan series titled SURFACE TENSION

Praise for Christine Kling:

"Ms. Kling is a rising queen in the suspense genre." – Midwest Book Review

"[Kling] brings authority and authenticity to her novels, putting into lively focus the characteristics and personalities of the colorful people who make a living on the water." – The Miami Herald

"Kling not only makes her readers curious – she sweeps them into the crosscurrent and makes them care." – Mystery Scene Magazine

"Kling writes with crisp assurance, especially about life in South Florida." – Publishers Weekly

"Seychelle Sullivan is a worthy successor to John D. MacDonald's fabled Travis McGee." – The (Cleveland) Plains Dealer
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015604320
  • Publisher: Tell-Tale Press
  • Publication date: 10/1/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 272,671
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Christine Kling is the author of five nautical thrillers and one anthology of short stories. She lives aboard her 33-foot sailboat Talespinner and travels wherever the wind and free wifi may take her.
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