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Sinister Island

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Captain's Island is not far from civilisation as one measures space. Dealing with the less tangible medium of custom, it is--or was--practically beyond perception.
James Miller didn't know this. When ho had thought at all of his friend Anderson's new winter home he had pictured the familiar southern resort with hotels and cottages sheltering Hammonds peerage, and a seductiv
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Published December 8th 2010 by New Century Books (first published October 1st 2008)
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Sep 30, 2012 Chris rated it liked it
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I had great expectations for this book as it started off with an exciting premise and setting. As I read further it became a little too far-fetched with not enough details. It never became a page-turner for me, and while it wasn't a bad book, I found myself not really caring about how it ended.
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