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For young reader who love to read, and adults with a kid’s sense of adventure. All for less than a fancy cup of coffee.    (See Book Brief Below)

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Amazon:
eBook $4.99  $2.99
Paperback $9.99  $8.09

iTunes Store: eBook $2.99

Barnes & Noble:
eBook $4.99  $2.99
Paperback $9.99  $8.98

Google Play: eBook $4.99  $2.51

Createspace: Paperback: $8.99

Kobo: eBook $2.99

Smashwords: eBook $2.99

                                                        

Book Brief:
Staying alive depends on stealing a sailboat.

What was in the large canvas sack? A body?  Whatever he saw, young Fisher wished he hadn’t because now they’re after him!

He believes running away is his best way to stay alive. There aren’t many ways for a kid to escape, but living in coastal Maine there are hundreds of islands to hide on. Stealing a small sailboat he disappears into the night. But Fisher quickly discovers that was the easy part.



One night Fisher unexpectedly witnesses something he wished he hadn’t and believes his life is suddenly in great danger. People he’s trusted his whole life are after him. He believes running away is the only option. There aren’t many ways for a kid to escape, but living in a coastal Maine town there are hundreds of islands in the vast open waters to go into hiding. Stealing a small sailboat and disappearing into the night, he does just that.

While on the run, Fisher quickly comes to the realization that life is hard. Like it or not, his survival depends on growing stronger both physically and mentally. But he doesn’t have a choice. One day the drunkard lobsterman Skinny Pete stumbles onto the island where Fisher is hiding. The situation grows into a challenging problem, and he’s forced to take action. In the end, though, you don’t mess with Fisher Shoemaker.

Who Doesn’t Like a Deal?

  • Buy the paperback on Amazon for only $8.99  $8.09 and download eBook for FREE!
  • for a very limited time only
  • look for box: Kindle Matchbook
  • Offer only good on Amazon.com

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