The Counterfeit Lighthouse

Rated 3.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Amber treasured her Navajo heritage. Until now, she had never left her home on the reservation in the Four Corners. The only reason she was standing on this South Korean moonlit shore was to honor her father's last wishes. She had brought his ashes here to commemorate her Code-Talking grandfather. A man who had left for the Korean War and never returned home.

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About Lisa Shea

I love writing in a variety of genres. I currently have over 300 books published in all lengths from full 500+ page novels down to short stories. I love writing series. Some are with unconnected characters, like the 14 full-length medieval novels with a sword being passed from heroine to heroine. Some have connected characters, like the 31 mini-mysteries featuring a detective in Salem, Massachusetts. All of my books are written "clean" with no explicit intimacy, no harsh language, and no explicit violence. All are suitable for teens and up.

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Review by: Myztikal Tearz on March 10, 2018 :
It was okay, but it didn’t seem realistic.
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Review by: James Jenkins on Feb. 18, 2017 :
The characters feel real, and the story is ok.

But I not sure how a US soldier can go AWOL in Korea and live for decades in the country under his real name without being caught. The Army is not a job you can walk away from, leaving is a major crime.
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Review by: Michelle B on Feb. 8, 2017 :
Oh my. When I first glimpsed the title I thought this might be a biography of that wack-job Richard Lighthouse who posts his paranoid conspiracy theories on this site.
Thankfully that was not the case. Instead I got a very entertaining story of a girl seeking clues to her past, a well-told espionage thriller with touches of pathos and longing that concludes with just the right note of danger to make me want more.
Thank you, Lisa, for posting this wonderful tale.
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