Mangroves and Monsters

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Draumr Publishing, LLC, Nov 1, 2009 - 302 pages
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Charlie Cooper, reluctant teacher by day and broken-hearted wanderer by night, is a man desperately in love with a dead woman.

"But is Angeline St. Cyr really dead?"

The supermodel fell victim to an auto-pedestrian accident in New Orleans. Police reports and medical records substantiate the severity of her injuries. Cosmetics mogul Mathieu Fournier, her former boss, orchestrated a cremation and memorial service. The paparazzi swarmed celebrity attendees. Fans mourned.

Call it gut instinct, but Cooper is convinced Angeline's death was an elaborate scheme that Fournier sold to the world. But Cooper isn't buying it, nor is his heart.

A tenuous lead draws him to the Caribbean island of Jacqueme Dominique. Only Cooper isn't alone in his quest. By chasing his dream of rekindled love, he becomes embroiled in murder, treachery, and abduction at the hands of his old nemesis Willem Voorhees...a merciless killer.

For five long years Cooper's love survived while he searched for Angeline. Will finding her cost him his life?

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User Review  - Jody - Goodreads

Mangroves and Monsters... WOW. A fabulous addition to story!! I love love, love the twists. The feeling like I should be somewhere too hot and humid for my comfort. I found the Caribbean to be quite ... Read full review

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User Review  - C. Clark - Goodreads

I learned from this book that Sharon Pennington can write a damn good sequel. Mangroves and Monsters is the follow-up book to Hoodoo Money. Charlie Cooper doesn't believe that Angeline St. Cyr is dead ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Sharon Cupp Pennington's short stories have appeared in numerous online and print venues, with anthology contributions to The Rocking Chair Reader in the Coming Home edition (2004) and Family Gatherings (2005), A Cup of Comfort for Weddings: Something Old, Something New (2007), and Good Old Days Magazine (March, 2007). Her debut novel, Hoodoo Money, was released by Draumr Publishign LLC in May 2008 and the sequel, Mangroves and Monsters, followed in November 2009. Since Ms. Pennington is no longer affiliated with Draumr Publishing, both novels are now being re-released as second editions. She resides in Texas with her husband, Wayne, where she is currently working on her next project.

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