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Mackinac Drift - A Novel

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Michigan’s historic Mackinac Island is considered a gem of the Great Lakes. Access is gained by way of passenger ferries. The island is graced with Victorian-style homes, old military forts, and natural limestone landmarks. It retains its turn-of-the-century appeal by banning all motorized vehicles. A state highway encircles the island although its only traffic is horse drawn carriages and bicycles. It's a prime vacation destination for visitors throughout the Midwest. Story: Mackinac Drift: A treasure is lost as American colonial forces recapture the Island from British occupiers two hundred years earlier. A trio of ne’er-do-wells share a rundown house on the nearby mainland. Tourist season arrives and with it crowds of vacationers. Devious Josie invites Wayland and Diggs to come over to view 4th of July fireworks. While awaiting her arrival, the two men explore the island and happen upon a life altering discovery. Double crosses abound in this thrilling page... More > turning island mystery… Mackinac Drift.< Less
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Product Details

ISBN
9780359666508
Edition
First
Published
May 16, 2019
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
221.6 KB
Product ID
24104076

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