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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Romance / Historical
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Ghost of Ellens Harbor
  • Series Number:1
  • Pages:235
  • eBook ISBN:9781620954744

Ghost of Ellens Harbor

Part One: Lost in the West Indies

by Randolph Milone

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Overview
There is a madman loose in the West Indies. Fearful of a rising tide of unexplained, cold-blooded violence throughout the West Indies, the lucrative trade routes between Port Royal, Jamaica and Hispaniola are frozen in terror. The region’s turquoise seas, usually teeming with merchant traffic, privateers and pirates have become a wasteland of peril.
Description
There is a madman loose in the West Indies. Fearful of a rising tide of unexplained, cold-blooded violence throughout the West Indies, the lucrative trade routes between Port Royal, Jamaica and Hispaniola are frozen in terror. The region’s turquoise seas, usually teeming with merchant traffic, privateers and pirates are a wasteland of peril. For those desperate enough to defy the danger and brave passage through such ill-rumored and hotly contested waters, the risk is necessary for survival. Enter: Elena Welles, the young baroness runaway from Wellington Estate in Kent County, England. Stranded far from her homelands with little more than her trusted traveling companion and a driving desire for personal liberation, Elena Welles becomes an unforeseen caller in a pristine, remote English colony; a place harboring terrible secrets at the edge of civilized society. Alone, she must find a way out of Cape Richard, and possibly sacrifice her innocence in the process before she becomes entangled in its deadly mystery and closely held secrets. Ghost of Ellen’s Harbor is a young English woman’s odyssey of self discovery; of immeasurable madness; of bitter rivals and inhumane tragedy; unexpected friendships and unabashed innocence. It is Elena’s story of ageless love against an undiscovered world of treachery and adventure that she will never forget.
About the author
Rand Milone has been a free-lance writer since 1976. Living in Ventura, California, he enjoys drinking wine, reading, playing piano and guitar, baseball and spending time with his wife, son and daughter. He has one grandson. Being a lover of history, he often spends his days studying times of greater simplicity, when the scope of survival for many was not so obligatory, and the human drama of good and evil was more prophetically tragic. More creative than he is practical; Rand is a fan of great storytelling, of great movie-making, of great music, and of the calamity of bitter, ageless love. As author of the ‘Ghost’ series, his four books of the life of Elena Welles are his greatest work of literature. It is a tale inspired by cultural icons, heroines, desperate villains, great bravery, helpless failure and impossible love. To date, Ghost of Ellen’s Harbor is his greatest work.
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