Curse of The Salute by Anastacia Moore

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When people he cares about meet tragic fates onboard the old wooden 59' fishing schooner Salute; Dick Frank, commercial fisherman by birthright, must overcome obstacles both real and supernatural to end the macabre cycle of death that IS the curse of the Salute.

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Anastacia Moore has taken her actual experience on the real "Salute" and woven it into a haunting tale of ghostly horror based on legends handed down through the centuries. Anastacia has not only performed work as a fisherman on the open sea, she has also fought forest fires, does professional photography, worked in the legal profession, as well as over 30+ years in printing and graphic design. Her varied background gives her the tools in combination with her imaginative creativity to produce novels that are fiction based on real life events. You are invited to venture along as the Curse of The Salute takes you on a journey of father and son, husband and wife, and their crew as they search the Pacific Ocean for the beautiful Blue fin tuna, or Albacore, all the while battling paranormal forces that spell certain doom for anyone who dares to board the Salute. If you are a fan of Stephen King, Peter Straub, Samuel Taylor Cooleridge, and believe in the legends of the sea, as in The Rhime of The Ancient Mariner, then you will be mesmerized by The Curse of The Salute. A Perfect Storm of dedication, love, fishing and ghostly apparitions.
Published August 10, 2012 by Anastacia Moore. 171 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Victor Mcguin 13 Jul 2013

Ms. Moore has done an excellent job in capturing the attention of the reader. With her thorough character development, and brilliant descriptions of the boat, and fishing, she brings to life the tr...

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