The Maine Event

Rated 4.50/5 based on 6 reviews
Curiosity brought Josh and Dana together…and almost got them killed. Two independent people in their mid-life met through a Maine coast research project that turned deadly. They probed an anomaly and rattled a lethal business kingpin. Josh, ex-Marine turned journalist, and Dana, the young widow of a ‘black ops’ Navy Seal. Their intellectual exercise became more action than theoretical.
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About Alex Wilson

At 72, Alex's wife said 'Why not try writing?' Within 4 months he had six novellas on Smashwords and now, a couple of years later, 18. Obviously there was stuff lurking in there waiting to be said. Alex's wife is also his muse and editor, and a good one. They live in St. Petersburg, FL where there is a surprising amount of writerly activity.

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Reviews

Yvette Storiwala reviewed on on April 14, 2015

****
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Robin Bell reviewed on on Oct. 24, 2013

I enjoyed this story, I liked the way it gathered pace. As Jay Patterson said the tenses got a bit mixed up in places and that was a little distracting.
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Jay Patterson reviewed on on Dec. 7, 2012

Josh and Dana are presented in The Maine Event. I assume this is the prequel to Early Birds. Once it gets past the introductions it's a slow paced story that gradually evolves into a crime mystery with a shoot out finale. A good innocent read for all ages. Editing is the biggest holdback, mixing of past and present tense in the same sentences is distracting.
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Lois Harry reviewed on on Nov. 13, 2011

I enjoyed this book and already purchased next of series. I gave review on Amazon also. I am glad to see Alex and wife starting a new adventure in their life. Way to go.
Transplanted fan from Florida to Baltimore.
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Susan reviewed on on April 15, 2011

I enjoyed this book. A beaut adventure. Descriptive with attention to detail. Much appreciated the free read. Thank you Alex. I look forward to checking out your other works.
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John Spencer reviewed on on Jan. 13, 2011

Great adventure, well paced and interesting. Highly recommended.
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