Fishermen's Justice

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Fishermen's Justice is a short ghost story that takes place at sea after two lobster trappers from a New England fishing community take action against a poacher. More

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Words: 6,380
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465730244
About Brian Hammar

Brian A. Hammar was born and raised in Lowell Massachusetts. After six years in the Air Force he settled in New Hampshire where he worked as an Engineer and Project Manager in commercial and industrial construction and renovation. During that time he began writing fiction and joined a group of writers known as the Tyngsborough Writers Group at the library in Tyngsborough, Massachusetts. He found the group most helpful for their criticism and encouragement.

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Review by: Dale T. Phillips on Dec. 26, 2011 :
Unsettling little tale of the sea, and of the strange things that happen on the water. Violence, revenge, and long-buried secrets make for a spooky Downeaster yarn.

Nice framing story adds just the right touch. Works as a great caution to anyone who thinks they can get a free lobster by pulling someone else's trap. Watch out for those old-time fishermen!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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