The second in the trilogy, Oceans of Trouble, is more of a humorous suspense novel. Sailors are supposed to travel the world, and this is exactly what happens when Tyler leaves Hawaii and travels to the Philippines, Korea, Singapore, Kenya, Australia and plenty of time spent at sea with crazy shipmates and a detailed account of crossing the equator. A thrilling cruise with plenty of twists and turns:
Going to sea is an escape from reality, unless reality comes with you
Exotic ports, alluring women, and experiencing adventures on the other side of the world sounds ideal. After a drunken bet goes wrong, Tyler Chambers boards his US Navy frigate and looks forward to leaving the pressures of the real world behind and slip into a cocoon of escapism. In and out of port in a few days is the perfect way to avoid responsibility. He is happy to live his life as a stereotypical sailor and look for a girl in every port with hysterical consequences.
What he doesn't count on is a psychotic shipmate trying to kill him. Or his commanding officer out to lock him up for an illicit affair. Letters coming to and leaving the ship hold key evidence against Tyler, proof he must keep out of the Captain's hands at all costs. Will Tyler be able to find an ally who can keep him out of trouble? Or will he crash and burn at the hands of sinister shipmates?
Danger lurks in every port and his time at sea is a fight for survival. There is no escape when sailing in Oceans of Trouble.
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My seventh book (fifth novel)
is currently out for bids.
To put it another way: It is finished, edited, and being sent to selected agents and publishers for publication.
Yes, I'm trying to do this one the hard way, but it is my best novel yet. But I've said that every time I've finished a book.
SOUTHERN HARM is a murder suspense novel set in Kentucky where Oscar Novak-Chambers sets out to woo the governor's daughter. But are his motives flesh driven or for political leverage?