Lynne M. Hinkey
When not writing, Lynne Hinkey is an adjunct professor of biology at Trident Technical College and the University of Maryland-University College, and consultant for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Although she did occasionally go to classes and to work during her 13 years in the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico, first as a student then a marine biologist, she spent most of her time listening to the fantastic and hilarious stories told by sailors around marina bars. Now, she's sharing those tales through her novels and short stories. Her works have appeared in The Constellation Literary Review, The Pettigru Review, The Battered Suitcase, Stars and Stripes, and other online and print venues. She is also a reviewer for the Internet Review of Books.
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by Lynne M. Hinkey
Price: $4.95 USD. 84000 words.
Published on August 28, 2011. Fiction.
George H. Marshall III has it all - women, money, and his so-called career in the family oil business. Determined to prove that he is more than a spoiled, womanizing, over-aged adolescent, George buys Porto da Vida Marina on the island of São Jorge. How hard can it be to run a marina on a tropical island?
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