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Macedonia Passage: Dangerous Cargo

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Macedonia Passage is a modern-day sailing adventure with a touch of Balkan politics and a hint of romance. The original captain and cook have mysteriously disappeared and a sinister cargo is hidden in the yacht's bilges. When Captain Frank Brown joins the schooner crossing the Atlantic and into the Mediterranean for the owners, things begin to heat up. The beautiful and en ...more
Hardcover, 484 pages
Published May 1st 2007 by RiverHouse Books
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Lisette Brodey
Jul 05, 2009 Lisette Brodey rated it it was amazing
Macedonia Passage: Dangerous Cargo is a sweeping adventure that takes the reader, right along with the colorful cast of characters, on a wild ride across the Atlantic and on to the Mediterranean Sea.

When Frank Brown, a widowed, wearied Vietnam vet takes on the job as skipper of the Belle Tata, he immediately asks mate Mike Long what happened to the former captain and cook, but neither Long nor anyone else has the answers. Uneasy yet determined to go forth with his new job, Brown lines up three
Jun 14, 2009 Sheri rated it it was amazing
Macedonia Passage: Dangerous Cargo, is a well written suspense novel.
Wright's knowledge of sailing and exotic locations is intriguing, which adds more spice to this story. Captain Frank Brown has no idea what he is getting into when he agrees to board Belle Tata. Brown and crew are thrown into a dangerous situation, when secret cargo is found on board. The question is who put that cargo there, and what is its purpose on board Belle Tata. No one is safe, and everyone questions who can be trusted.
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Aug 17, 2009 Georgiann Hennelly rated it it was amazing
this book really kept me in suspense a real pg turner . it was well written . and very interesting story line
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I read this for book club in high school, and loved it! Our teacher had the author, Mr. Gres, come in and talk to us about the book, and sign our copies. It has a steady rise in adventure, it's not jump in your face 'omg I love it' but it is wonderful until the last page.
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I grew up in Tampa, Florida, more often than not playing around the water. From adventuring up and down the Hillsboro River to sailing on any boat I could get my hands on.
After college I returned to Tampa where I took several jobs, from retail advertising, print shop operator, to advertising agency, before moving to Orlando to handle the advertising in the state for United Telecom (now Sprint) In
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