Murder at Midnight on a Sailboat

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Norman and Kathy see their dream honeymoon turn into a nightmare on a resort filled with incompetent staff. Trying to salvage something worthwhile out of their dismal trip, they sign up for a murder mystery cruise on a small Italian yacht. After all, how could things get any worse?

Join Norman and Kathy as they set sail with an odd set of fellow vacationers on a wild romp through the Caribbean. More

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Words: 59,320
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458127969
About Frank Calcagno

Frank Calcagno, Jr. works as a senior engineering geologist and security specialist in the Washington, D.C. area. He and his lovely wife have two wonderful daughters. Frank has been involved in soccer at all levels for over forty years, is an amateur astronomer, an avid reader, a fan of the Napoleonic Era, and a wargame designer/developer. He holds degrees from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio.

The Tales of the Antares Rangers is his first published series.

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Review by: toni linenberger on Feb. 03, 2012 :
This is a good book. There’s a story and a resolution and change: all those nifty things you look for in a good book. However, if you are going into it looking for romance and comedy and mystery, you’re not really going to get it.

What this is is a good story with great characters. The description is accurate there are an odd set of vacationers in this book. They are all well-developed and fun to read. This is the vacation no one wants to have. In a way it is like a train wreck: you just can’t look away.
There are some truly funny moments as Norman and Kathy try to navigate the disaster of a honeymoon and the start of their new life together.

It is the story of growth and change and melding two lives and two families together. With a devious urchin thrown in for excitement. Norman and Kathy don’t always get what they want. But then again, who does?

Frank usually writes science fiction / young adult. This is a foray into something new and different. The chance to see an author explore something new to them is what makes this book so interesting.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: toni linenberger on Feb. 03, 2012 :
This is a good book. There’s a story and a resolution and change: all those nifty things you look for in a good book. However, if you are going into it looking for romance and comedy and mystery, you’re not really going to get it.

What this is is a good story with great characters. The description is accurate there are an odd set of vacationers in this book. They are all well-developed and fun to read. This is the vacation no one wants to have. In a way it is like a train wreck: you just can’t look away.
There are some truly funny moments as Norman and Kathy try to navigate the disaster of a honeymoon and the start of their new life together.

It is the story of growth and change and melding two lives and two families together. With a devious urchin thrown in for excitement. Norman and Kathy don’t always get what they want. But then again, who does?

Frank usually writes science fiction / young adult. This is a foray into something new and different. The chance to see an author explore something new to them is what makes this book so interesting.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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