Turks and Chaos: Hostile Waters is the latest Mike Scott thriller story. This novella is #9 in the series. Armed gunmen board a liveaboard dive boat near Turks and Caicos in this sea story/action thriller. News photographer Mike Scott is on a dive vacation and gets taken hostage when the theft doesn’t go as planned. When the identity of the head pirate is exposed, he declares that all the passengers will die when they reach their destination. It’s up to Mike, the passengers and crew to overcome the pirates and save their own lives. It doesn’t help matters that there is a mole on board feeding the pirates information and they are heading right into a storm. Now they must rebel against the pirates and take the boat back before time runs out… Preview Reviews Fun read for an injured diver I always enjoy Mike Scott thrillers and this short novella was no exception. Fortunately I found it while in Bora Bora after a fall that is keeping me out of the water today. I do wish it…
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The latest thriller novella the Mike Scott series, Turks and Chaos: Hostile Waters, is now available across all ebook formats at a special introductory price, author Eric Douglas announced. The ninth installment in the Mike Scott series is a thriller novella. “I wanted to challenge myself with this story a bit. No bringing in outside help […]
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