The Sea Is Silent by Cameron Kent (mystery/thriller)

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The Sea Is Silent by Cameron Kent (mystery/thriller)

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Plot Hound Books is a private imprint of Press 53

ISBN 978-1-941209-61-5 (paperback)

ISBN 978-1-941209-67-7 (hardcover)

9 x 6 inches, 266 pages

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About The Sea Is Silent

When Seth MacClellan, an ambitious white-collar crime reporter for a large newspaper in Atlanta, completely botches an investigative story, he brings shame and financial ruin to both himself and the paper. Also reeling from the loss of the love of his life, he tries to disappear and start over by taking a menial job as the fishing reporter with a small paper on the coast of Virginia. During late nights on a misty pier, he latches onto another investigative story that he hopes will bring him redemption as a journalist and perhaps even allow him to love again, but his relentless pursuit of the truth takes him down another ominous path that could end up killing more than his career.

Praise for Cameron Kent

Cameron Kent has a heart for people, especially the underdog and it shows in his writing.

—Sandra Miller

Kent brings his characters to life with a keen sense of reality and drama.

—Edyta Oczkowicz

When The Ravens Die is highly recommended reading, and clearly documents author Cameron Kent as having a genuine literary talent with a flair for the mystery/suspense genre.

—Midwest Book Review

Is there anything more addictive than a good quest-for-redemption story? Seth McClellan, recovering from the dual blows of lost love and career Armageddon, is setting out to uncover a criminal conspiracy in a small beach town, with a rogues’ gallery of colorful locals at his back. All this is brought to life by the deft hand of Cameron Kent, whose way with North Carolina color and relatable characters will delight mystery readers.

—Jodi Compton, author of The 37th Hour and Hailey's War

 His characters seem real, not cardboard clichés, and he quickly makes us care about them.

The Winston-Salem Journal