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The Sinking of the Angie Piper

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Ed and his childhood friend Danny are gearing up in Kodiak, Alaska, preparing to join the Angie Piper’s crew for another season of crab fishing. Ed is a relative newcomer, but despite the perils of the trade, he sees no reason to fear for Danny’s safety. The Angie Piper has always been blessed. She has a stalwart captain, Fred, a crack engineer, Dave, and two time-tested p ...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published July 1st 2017 by Coffeetown Press
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Beth
Jul 05, 2017 Beth rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I was contacted by the author to give this read a fair and honest shake ...I enjoyed this read, so many on the edge of your sit kind of moments, suspense, and if you know anything about me, I am a true lover or anything mystery ...that is always my go-to-genre of style of book 1st off. I love mysteries, this is one book that had me so pleased, my kind of read. gotta sleep but don't wanna put it down moments too & I am new to this author, I can wait to see what Christian Riley will write in t ...more
Amy Rogers
Jul 16, 2017 Amy Rogers rated it it was amazing
A family vacation to Alaska is on my horizon later this summer, so it’s fitting that I read The Sinking of the Angie Piper by Chris Riley.

On that trip I think I’ll stick close to shore.

Riley, a Sacramento-based writer like myself, creates a richly textured backdrop of Alaskan fishing culture against which he tells the tale of the Angie Piper and her crew of commercial crab fishermen working the Gulf of Alaska in winter. Narrator Edward Thurman, a young but not novice member of the crew, has brou
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Aarti Patel
May 29, 2017 Aarti Patel rated it liked it
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This book is still yet to be published, but I received an Advance Review Copy from the author. I enjoyed the beginning of this book and learning about Alaska and the culture of crab fishing. It was also exciting to meet the characters and get involved in the unique challenge each one was facing by stepping on board the Angie Piper. The characters' personalities played well off one another. When the going got tough though, and the Angie Piper was en route to sinking (that's not a spoiler, it's ac ...more
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Jul 15, 2017 Leslie aka StoreyBook Reviews rated it really liked it
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I would give this book 4 1/2 stars

This is one intense book! You might have seen some of the reality TV shows about those that fish or crab in Alaska or that general area. This book brings the harsh reality of that what those men (and possibly women) endure in this profession.

But the book is about a little bit more than that. It is also about a relationship between Ed and Danny. While it takes awhile to really figure out what is wrong with Danny (mentally challenged), the relationship between the
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Gmr
Jul 20, 2017 Gmr rated it really liked it
A wild, exciting adventure upon the high seas, full of danger, hardships, and uncertainty... but also triumphs, self realizations, and hope. The crew is a memorable collection of personalities, but the way they come together when all heck breaks loose, will steal your breath and stir your heart. Definite top pick for adventure seekers, both of the armchair and real life varieties.
Sherry Riley
Jun 24, 2017 Sherry Riley rated it it was amazing
Great story! A beautiful book about forgiveness and second chances. A must read for everyone. I would highly recommend this book!
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Chris Riley lives near Sacramento, California, vowing one day to move back to the Pacific Northwest. In the meantime, he teaches special education, writes awesome stories, and hides from the blasting heat for six months out of the year. He has had dozens of short stories published in various magazines and anthologies, and across various genres. Chris is represented by Mark Gottlieb of Trident Medi ...more
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