Sea-Born Women

Sea-Born Women❮Reading❯ ➹ Sea-Born Women Author B.J. Mountford – Heartforum.co.uk On North Carolina's Outer Banks, there is a legend about Seaborn Woman, whose timely birth saved her Irish emigrant ship from being destroyed by pirates nearly years ago The ghost of the Seaborn Woma On North Carolina's Outer Banks, there is a legend about Seaborn Woman, whose timely birth saved her Irish emigrant ship from being destroyed by pirates nearlyyears ago The ghost of the Seaborn Woman is said to give aid to sailors around Portsmouth Island even today Roberta Bert Lenehan is a latterday seaborn woman who comes to the island as a National Park Service volunteer Bert is between jobs and lovers, and she believes that a threemonth stint as caretaker of Portsmouth villagea remote, pristine, picturesque ghost townis what she needs to soothe her soul She soon learns differently One of the previous caretakers died under mysterious circumstances, and another woman turns up dead on the island shortly after her arrival From park ranger Hunter O'Hagan, she hears rumors of artifact hunters digging illegally on Portsmouth and learns the story of Hunter's distant ancestor Jerushia Spriggs O'Hagan, the original Seaborn Woman Who is the killer stalking the island? And what bearing do a murdered pirate and centuriesold legend have on the crimes? Those are the questions Bert is pressured to answer as a hurricane bears down on the island and she finds herself the target of a killer.

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  • Paperback
  • 284 pages
  • Sea-Born Women
  • B.J. Mountford
  • English
  • 02 September 2019

10 thoughts on “Sea-Born Women

  1. Bj Strickland says:

    This is Ms. Mountford's first book and she chose an interesting local legend upon which to build it. She also clearly knows her geography and history of the Outer Banks Islands. The narrative is a nice interweaving of events from 250 years ago and today and there are surprises in the mystery part. The strengths lie in the chapters about the legend, which are well written and leave just enough unanswered to make you want a bit more. The present-day narrative is adequately written. Not having read any romance novels in many years, I'm unfamiliar with the genre but parts of this novel read like lusty romance novel descriptions and sometimes border on the silly. Overall, the story is a decent yarn that does not ask too much of the reader while giving a good story with enough twists and characters to keep it interesting to the end.

  2. Artie says:

    This was recommended to me by a bookstore owner on Hatteras, before she found out I worked for the publisher. It's a combination ghost story, romance and mystery; three genres I generally avoid but really enjoyed in this instance. It gets bonus points for taking place at Portsmouth, the abandoned village on the island just south of Ocracoke, a place I've never been to but always wondered about.

  3. Gwen says:

    Interesting light mystery set on Portsmith Island, a barrier island off the coast of North Carolina. Incorporates a folk tale of the seafaring people who first settled on the island, along with a modern-day mystery.

  4. Ginger says:

    Since I live about 30 mins from the Outer Banks, I always enjoy reading about the area, whether it's Fiction or Nonfiction. This book was so enjoyable! Part mystery, part history, part paranormal, and all of this during an oncoming hurricane! I'll be looking for more books by this author!

  5. Debra says:

    Ghosts, murder, and romance. What more can you ask for on a bleak early winter day.

  6. barbara karnowski says:

    Living in NC made this book all the better!

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