An orphan and a bastard, Jamie Sommers grew up knowing he had no hope of heaven. Conceived in adultery and born in sin, Jamie was destined to repeat the sins of his parents--or so the nuns told him. And he proved them right. Taking to sea, Jamie sought out danger and adventure in exotic ports all over the world as a smuggler, gunrunner--and murderer. Tough enough to handle anything, he's survived foreign prisons, pirates, and a shark attack. But in a quiet seaside town in Delaware, Jamie discovered something that was enough to drive him insane-and change his life forever. For it was in Hawkes Harbor that Jamie came face to face with the ultimate evil....
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- Paperback | 289 pages
- 110.74 x 171.2 x 22.86mm | 140.61g
- 01 Oct 2005
- St Martin's Press
- New York, United States
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About Lord Hinton
The legendary author of "The Outsiders" (1967), "That Was Then This Is Now" (1971), "Rumble""Fish" (1975)," Tex" (1979), S.E. Hinton is acclaimed as one of the most provocative, best known and best selling young adult authors of all time.""More than thirty years after its publication "The Outsiders" continues to appear on such bestseller lists as USA Today. And in PW's recently published "All-Time Bestelling Children's Books" (paperbacks) selling over 10,000,000 copies since its first publication, "The Outsiders "takes the number two position flanked by E.B. White's" Charlotte's Web" in first position and Judy Blume's "Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing "in third. Hinton's gritty and powerful novels have also inspired four major motion pictures. She lives in her home town of Tulsa, Oklahoma.