The Oak Island Affair

The Oak Island Affair

by Jane Bow

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The Oak Island Affair by Jane Bow

The Oak Island Affair is set during the ongoing, 217-year old, international, multi-million dollar treasure hunt off Canada’s east coast. Vanessa, a freelance writer who grew up in Spain, is fleeing the pain of an unraveling relationship when she goes to her grandmother’s house near Oak Island. Here her discovery of a 400-year old diary written by a failed Spanish Dominican monk rekindles her obsession with a treasure hunt that has drawn investors, including Franklin D. Roosevelt, from all over the United States. Battling time and the ruthless ambitions of a millionaire real estate developer who wants to turn Oak Island into a theme park, Vanessa is plunged into an underworld from which there is no turning back. Finally, seeing beyond the barriers of reason allows her to arrive at a new solution to the mystery.
The print edition of The Oak Island Affair was an American Next Generation Indie Book Awards finalist in both the Adventure and General Fiction categories.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781771800419
Publisher: Iguana Books
Publication date: 01/28/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Jane Bow grew up in Canada, the United States, Spain, England, the Czech Republic and Cuba. Stints at Dickensian schools -- the French Lycee in Madrid and a British boarding school, with teenaged holidays behind the Iron Curtain at the height of the Cold War -- set the stage for a lifetime of storytelling.Her first novel, a true crime story called Dead And Living, was shortlisted for Canada's Arthur Ellis Award and selected for a university course in 2002. The print version of The Oak Island Affair, an action adventure/mystery based on an internationally renown treasure hunt, was a 2008 American Indie Book Award finalist.Jane has also published short stories, plays and non-fiction, and her work has been studied in Canada and India.She conceives, imagines, writes and edits her novels in a study overlooking a Canadian forest, or on the south coast of Crete, or at the Norman Mailer Center in Provincetown, Massachusetts. For more information on Jane's work, her creative writing workshops and other events, please visit janebow.com. She is happy to visit book clubs, if you live close enough.

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