Sara Stamey

Sara StameySara Stamey’s journeys include treasure hunting and teaching scuba in the Caribbean and Honduras; backpacking around Greece and New Zealand; operating a nuclear reactor; and owning a farm in Southern Chile. Now resettled in her native Northwest Washington, she teaches creative writing at Western Washington University. She shares her Squalicum Creek backyard with wild critters and her cats, dog, and husband Thor.

Sara’s SF novels with Berkley/Ace garnered a Locus Best New Novels listing and positive reviews from Publishers Weekly, SF Chronicle, Fantasy Review. The Statesman Journal calls her Caribbean novel Islands “a superior suspense novel… a stomping vivid ride.”

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Islands

Islands by Sara Stamey

by Sara Stamey
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-375-1

Romantic suspense and adventure: “Welcome to Paradise,” archeologist Susan Dunne hears on arrival at the Caribbean island to research petroglyphs and solve the mystery of her brother’s drowning. Was John murdered? This sunny tourist paradise conceals shadowy secrets—violent native unrest, sunken treasure, and a bloodthirsty cult masquerading as Voodoo.

Despite threats, Susan literally dives into her investigation of the sunken treasure ship where John drowned. To find the truth, she must work with her number one suspect—Vic Manden, the troubled combat veteran who worked the site with John. Attracted to the unpredictable Manden, Susan is soon in over her head.

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