Sea Monster

Sea Monster

by Eric Douglas

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Sea Monster by Eric Douglas

Walking Bob, a local hermit, is hearing noises at night and is scared enough to break his routine. He leaves his island and comes to Withrow Key to let Jackson Pauley know about a “sea monster” out on the ocean. Realizing there is something scaring the old man, whether it is a sea monster or something more mundane, Jackson decides to investigate. Jackson recruits Randy Littlebear to go sea monster hunting with him and they almost run into more than they bargained for beneath the waves.

This is the sixth Withrow Key thriller short story. Set on a bypassed key in the Florida Keys, life moves a little slower and a little weirder.

Each Withrow Key thriller short story features scuba diving, adventure, boats, the ocean and mystery along with beautiful locations and scenery. Jackson Pauley and Randy Littlebear go hunting for a Sea Monster and are surprised by what they find is traveling through the warm waters around the Florida Keys.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152417715
Publisher: Eric Douglas
Publication date: 10/18/2015
Series: Withrow Key Thriller Short Stories
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 129 KB

About the Author

Life is an adventure for Eric Douglas, above and below the water and wherever in the world he ends up. Eric received a degree in Journalism from Marshall University. After working in local newspapers, honing his skills as a story teller, and following a stint as a freelance journalist in the former Soviet Union, he became a dive instructor. The ocean and diving have factored into all of his fiction works since then. As a documentarian, Eric has worked in Russia, Honduras and most recently in his home state of West Virginia, featuring the oral histories of West Virginia war veterans in the documentary West Virginia Voices of War and the companion book Common Valor. Visit his website at: Eric talks about adventure and taking time to be creative, along with diving and writing, on his blog at He would love it if you dropped by to say hello. You can also follow him on Twitter, get in touch on Facebook or through Google+. Lastly, you can always send him an email:

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