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Canadian Christian Author Releases Tenth Title

Riptide - Eric WrightWith the release of Riptide: Idyllic Island, Deadly Peril Grafton, Ontario’s Eric Wright reaches the ten book milestone, with a title list consisting of several fiction and non-fiction genres and works issued through publishers in Canada, the US, and England.  Riptide is the retired pastor and missionary’s third suspense novel.  Here’s the book’s info from his website, CountryWindow.ca :

Ashlyn Forsyth believes she and her husband Craig have come to idyllic St. Simons Island to restore romance to their flagging marriage. Then, without warning, Craig hands Ashlyn, divorce papers. In shock, Ashlyn watches him drive off with a female colleague from his office. She soon discovers he is being pursued by the Russian mafia and investigated by the FBI for money-laundering.

Abandoned on St. Simons Island, Ashlyn faces not only emotional turmoil but financial ruin, the shipwreck of her career, harassment by the FBI, and pursuit by the Russian mafia. Even as her ordered life plunges into chaos, she finds herself increasingly attracted to Remy Jeandeau, a shrimp boat captain.

Will she find the spiritual resources needed to overcome adversity? Will attraction blossom into romance?

The 328-page paperback is available at $15.99 US to trade bookstores from Harbourlight Books through Ingram using ISBN 9781611163018 and also available through consumer websites in Canada and the US in print and eBook.

 

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