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Ratic care of his grandfather a Haida elder who won’t speak English On the search for safe haven with the would be killers hot on their tail Jared finds himself with no good choices but to run south ill prepared poorly provisioned and crewed by a silent old man and an injured friend strapped into his bunk. It was a good book but it had too much of sailing and boat stuff that a landlubber like me would not understandStill well written and engaging book with a even plot

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Arrow's Flight

Crime and adventure on the high seasJared Kane is a West Coast commercial fisherman whose life has been plagued by bad luck and blackout drinking When he inherits Arrow an old 46 foot wooden sailboat he sees a chance for redemption With his friend from prison Danny MacLean Jared plans an offshore voyage sail. When Jared Kane inherits the Arrow he sees it as a means of changing his life He hopes to sail away from his less than stellar past and find a pleasant life in oh say some South Pacific ParadiseLike that s going to happenUnexpected violence soon has Jared and his friend Danny MacLean running for cover so to speak Aboard Arrow they hope to escape immediate conflict and perhaps outdistance it completelyYou thinkSurely notYet Arrow s Flight ECW Press is not just a yarn about violence and retribution It s also about friendship and family Danny is part of an extended Haida family that opens its arm to JaredAnd hey there s Sinbad a delightful dog that makes the Hound of the Baskervilles seem like a whining puppyOh and Danny s inscrutable Haida grandfather Joseph who s nigh unto a hundred years old and truly adept with a knife regardless of its use is a gem dandy characterOf course there are plenty of sailing details describing Arrow s voyage from Vancouver to the Maruesas if such description luffs your sailsAt times while reading this novel I thought of Travis Mcgee and Jack London I even thought of John Steinbeck and Cannery Row when Arrow sailed into Monterey Bottom line keel line Arrow s Flight is top notch

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Ing from Vancouver down the Pacific Coast to California and out into the South Pacific But that bad luck rears its ugly head Danny is attacked and left for dead and when the unknown assailants attempt to finish the job Jared is forced to flee aboard Arrow with Danny lying helpless in his berth under the er. I loved it I ll admit it was rough in places but believable and a real page turner exciting every moment


10 thoughts on “Arrow's Flight

  1. says:

    When Jared Kane inherits the Ar

  2. says:

    A well written suspenseful novel of crime mystery and adventure on the Pacific coast Put it on your Summer Reading List now

  3. says:

    Jared Kane’s life has had its ups and downs but things start to turn around when he inherits the sailboat Arrow With his friend Daniel Jared decides to plan a once in a lifetime trip until plan of events change when Daniel is assaulted and left for dead Now Jared a severely injured Daniel and Daniel’s grandfather begin a cat and

  4. says:

    I loved it I'll admit it was rough in places but believable and a real page turner exciting every moment

  5. says:

    The best thing about this book is that it's very easy to read I got into it right away and when I had to put it down to d

  6. says:

    Author Joel Scott introduces the reader to a hard drinking fisherman and sailor in “Arrow’s Flight” It’s a well structured story about

  7. says:

    I enjoyed this book I liked the storyline the characters but felt out of my depth on sailing knowledge and termino

  8. says:

    It was a good book but it had too much of sailing and boat stuff that a landlubber like me would not understandStill well written and engaging book with a even plot

  9. says:

    Good readEnjoyed the characters as well as the sailing particulars which those of us who sail will enjoy Great descriptions and imagery

  10. says:

    There is nothing enticing disenchanting and enslaving than the life at sea — Joseph ConradWowser I loved this bookI have never been sailing and frankly never had the desire but for some reason I enjoy sailing adventure stories And