When James Huwes is named second-in-command of a glitzy mega-yacht, he figures he’s got it made. But he soon finds that the high life is much more dangerous than it seems: suddenly thrown into a world of people with too much money and too few scruples, he’s quickly competing for the two women he loves with a group of charming but utterly ruthless playboys who have never wanted anything that they didn’t eventually get. High-seas shenanigans, violent revenge, and the prospect of great wealth culminate in murder, shipboard arson, a prison riot, and an underwater fight to the death. And that’s all before the hurricane. An unforgettable thrill ride, Rope’s End is a powerful page turner.
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About the Author
Seneca Drewe spent thirty-five years at sea in various capacities. This is his first novel, but he has also written two books on naval history and one on Victorian history under another name.