William Doonan

I write books and stories.

Grave Passage on Kindle

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We interrupt this mummy blog to bring you an important announcement:  Grave Passage, the first Henry Grave adventure is now available on Kindle!

12 million people take a cruise each year.
Most have fun.
Some die.
Henry Grave investigates.

Be the first on your virtual block to sail with Henry Grave!

Grave Passage explores crime on the high seas, and introduces a valiant and original protagonist.  Henry Grave is an investigator for the Association of Cruising Vessel Operators.  A former P.O.W., Henry is as cunning as he is charming, and at 84 years of
age, he fits right in with his fellow passengers.

When retired FBI profiler Robert Samson is murdered onboard the cruise liner Contessa Voyager, Henry Grave is sent to investigate.  Samson was giving a series of lectures on cold case crimes he felt he could crack.  But he got cracked first.  Henry has just five days before Voyager reachesMiami.  There, the FBI will question the passengers, but the case will have grown cold and the killer will walk free unless Henry can find him first.  With the help of a television actress, a cosmonaut, and a Venezuelan general fighting extradition, Henry draws on skills honed in a Nazi prison camp to track down a couple of passengers who might have their own reasons for taking this particular cruise, reasons unrelated to the sumptuous meals, delightful shipboard activities, and exciting ports of call.

http://www.amazon.com/Grave-Passage-ebook/dp/B0088JO4RK/ref=sr_1_2?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1338826097&sr=1-2

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Written by williamdoonan

June 4, 2012 at 4:17 pm

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