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Cape Perpetua
     

Cape Perpetua

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by J. Paul Bryan
 

Shortly after returning to his hometown on the rugged Oregon Coast, Artie O’Bannion begins to hear whispers about his estranged mother and her mysterious past. She is a vexing figure who lives apart from the world on a hillside in a ramshackle house overlooking the ocean. In trying to reconnect with her, Artie soon finds himself drawn to the mystery of the

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Shortly after returning to his hometown on the rugged Oregon Coast, Artie O’Bannion begins to hear whispers about his estranged mother and her mysterious past. She is a vexing figure who lives apart from the world on a hillside in a ramshackle house overlooking the ocean. In trying to reconnect with her, Artie soon finds himself drawn to the mystery of the deaths of his three sisters and the father he never knew. Was no else to blame in their deaths, as Artie had long believed? Or was something else behind his father’s fatal plunge from the coast’s rocky pinnacle to the chilling waters below?
Now, as Artie befriends a caring woman wounded by a loss of her own, and they forge the beginnings of what could be a new life together, he is forced to face his past in the looming shadow of a peak shrouded in majesty, tragedy and ancient lore: Cape Perpetua.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940045155120
Publisher:
J. Paul Bryan
Publication date:
07/22/2013
Sold by:
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Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
325 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

I live in Oregon with my wife, four kids, two dogs and two mortgages. I love to write and get out to visit the coast, the inspiration for my first novel, "Cape Perpetua." Feel free to contact me at jpaulbryan@icloud.com and please consider leaving a review. Thanks.

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Cape Perpetua 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
lcwiltshire More than 1 year ago
Decent read. It was predictable, but kept my interest.