Ken Rossignol

Biography

The author now is entering the field of fiction and makes it clear that cruising has never been more dangerous as the heroes in The Privateer Clause work to stop killers at every port as Americans and other passengers on the Sea Empress cruise the Caribbean.
Rossignol works to make sure those cruising on the Sea Empress have the time of their lives and as a result, bookings are through the roof. Careful research and the imagination of a veteran reporter and editor combine to bring realism to the intinerary of the Sea Empress.
What happens to law officers after they retire?
In the Privateer Clause, Rossignol makes sure that the chief characters never get a moments rest and while buffets and rum drinks threaten to add waist to the rotund travelors, the husband and wife security force lay waste to bad guys who are out to spoil everyone’s trip.
Rossignol shows that the passengers are the new media and are instant reporters as they use their cell phones, digital cameras, and all other new electronic communications to take all the latest acts of piracy against cruise ships to the world news outlets in minutes.
While the recession ravages the economy, taking a cruise has never been a better bargain but given the terror cells operating around the world, a cruise has never been more dangerous.
Will the author ever be allowed to board a cruise ship again?
Will he be tossed onto the ‘No Float’ list?
Only The Shadow knows for sure and while danger lurks at every moment, the author makes sure that no one on the Sea Empress is bored.

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Series

Books

The Chesapeake: Tales & Scales
Series: The Chesapeake, Book 1. Price: $4.49 USD. Words: 58,120. Language: English. Published: September 11, 2011 by Ken Rossignol. Categories: Nonfiction » Entertainment » Outdoor activities
Selected short stories of fishing, diving, cruising, sailing and enjoying the Chesapeake Bay region and elsewhere...from the pages of THE CHESAPEAKE these selected stories come from master story tellers.

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