Night Sail

Night Sail

by Carl Brookins
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Overview

Night Sail by Carl Brookins

Winthrop was never meant to live ashore. When the barmaid he was seeing flirted with another guy there was a small dustup over her attentions. win knew if he didn't get to sea, at least for a while, he'd be in trouble. So he sailed off onto the Inside Passage alone, never dreaming this night would never end.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940011056222
Publisher: Carl Brookins
Publication date: 06/01/2010
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 134 KB

About the Author

Before he became a mystery writer and reviewer, Brookins was a counselor and faculty member at Metropolitan State University in Saint Paul, Minnesota. He has reviewed mystery fiction for the Saint Paul Pioneer Press and for Mystery Scene Magazine. His reviews now appear on his own web site, on more than a dozen blogs and on several Internet review sites, Brookins is an avid recreational sailor and has sailed in many locations across the world. He is a member of Sisters in Crime, and Private Eye Writers of America. He can frequently be found touring bookstores and libraries with his companions-in-crime, The Minnesota Crime Wave. He writes the sailing adventure series featuring Michael Tanner and Mary Whitney, the Sean Sean private investigator detective series, and the Jack Marston academic series. He lives with his wife Jean of many years, in Roseville, Minnesota.


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Night Sail 2.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
SailorAL More than 1 year ago
This may be the shortest sailing book I have ever read! I did not notice the number of pages prior to buying. It is just a little too long to be considered a magazine article but certainly not a book. The Author uses the English language to describe everything in minute detail - to the point where I found myself skipping parts of the sentence, which made the book even shorter. Oh Well
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connie mcclean More than 1 year ago
this is 10 pages long, it is interesting but not very long.
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