Stranger in Harpoon Bay by Bruce Cooke

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Washed up on the rocks of Harpoon Bay with no memory, confused and terrified Rocky Smith finds passionate love with nurse Penny Reynolds. He finds he has masterful business skills and brings the town out of recession to the relief of the population.

Things are looking good until he discovers he is wanted for armed robbery and murder. Now he needs to find the truth or lose his newfound life.

Things become more involved when he discovers a rich twin brother with a beautiful wife and a mobster who wants to kill him to get back the one million dollars stolen.

With Penny by his side he faces the awful truth of his previous life and fights to stay alive.


About Bruce Cooke

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I have been writing for twenty years and tried all sorts of genres. I like to write both Colonial Australian stories and adventure-mystery-romance. I have written over twenty novels and have also written a stage musical script that ran successfully in all the Capital cities of Australia in 2005. My next project is to write an acceptable film script. I have also had success with two poems.
Published August 1, 2009 by Desert Breeze Publishing, Inc. 207 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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