F. G. Capitanio is the author of several published poems, essays, and short stories. Mariner’s Hollow is his first published novel. He has spent several years in various departments of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration within the Northeast Fisheries Science Center, located in Woods Hole, Massachusetts. He lives year round on Cape Cod, while continuing to work on his second Justice Worth mystery.
Fifteen-year-old Justice Worth is summoned to the house of Eleanor Burby, an unknown aunt living on Mariner’s Hollow Island miles off Maine’s coast. After a devastating turn of events, his aunt dies of an apparent suicide. Trapped in the home, stalked by ghosts within and a murderer outside, Justice begins to unravel not only the truth behind his aunt’s death but also dark family secrets.