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The Legend of Cooper's Landing
Category : HomeISBN No :9781631100758
A spellbinding fictional novel of adventure, love and treasure! The action packed love story spans across a century from the Civil War to a devastated Gulf Coast from the Oil Spill of 2010. A true page turning book worthy of reading filled with mystery, intrigue and plenty of action.
I was born in Royal Berkshire, England and lived there for the first thirty nine years of my life. My husband and our children moved to Wisconsin due to my husband's business. We lived just outside of Green Bay in the country. We have since moved to Gulf Shores in Alabama. I enjoy writing my books while over-looking the blue/grey waters of the bay of Bon Secour. My writing comes from the experiences I have gained from each country and states I have lived in and those I've visited.
This is the first time I have collaborated on writing a book and I think the end results are amazing. Both John and I are excited about 'The Legend of Coopers Landing' and hope that you, the reader, enjoyed the book, and thank you for buying it
A Former Navy SEAL Lieutenant, Stunt coordinator and Technical Advisor, and Dive Operations coordinator.
I grew up in Yonkers, New York, and joined the Navy conducting special operations all over the world. While working in different special warfare commands, I became a SEAL Instructor.
On leaving the Navy I created a second career working in Movies and Television coordinating stunts both in water and on land. I have worked in many movies and television and television series. This is my first foray into writing but hope it will not be my last.
Average Review: 1 Review
This was quite enjoyable. I personally know the Crimson Tide shrimpboat and the area around Cooper's Landing, so it made the story more interesting. The detractors for me were several grammatical errors and some misuses of words. It wasn't enough to ruin the story, but it did make me wonder about the editing process.