Free on Kindle: 08/30/2017 – 09/01/2017
Tales from Stool 17; Finding Port St. Joe is the first of a three-part series that will leave you wanting more!
Retired Navy Chief Petty Officer Nigel Logan says, “I’m not running. I’m not hiding. I’m just going. There’s a difference.”
Compelled to retire from the only life he’s ever known, Logan discovers his only option is to disappear from a violent past and a murder, he knows will one day catch up to him.
In the dead silence of night, he slips out of Norfolk, Virginia on MisChief, his 32- foot Pearson Vanguard sailboat. He set sail for destinations unknown and is ultimately drawn to Port St. Joe on Florida’s beautiful Forgotten Coast. There, he stumbles into the lap of some of the craziest and lovable people which help him to forget his past as he tries to start a new life. And while a new home and friends help distract him from his dark past, Nigel Logan will never get to completely erase it from his mind.
Targeted Age Group: 18+
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Kirk Jockell is an Indie Writer and Avid Sailor.
He’s the author of the three-part series, “Tales from Stool 17; The Nigel Logan Stories.” Volume one is subtitled “Finding Port St. Joe.” The second volume is subtitled “Trouble in Tate’s Hell.” The final book in the series is subtitled “Dark Days of Judgement.”
He is currently working on a prequel that looks into the life of a young Nigel Logan and the development of a man that one should never make cross. He loves the project and grows more excited each day as he pounds out each word.
As for sailing, he races, cruises, and day sails for simple pleasure. His real interest is single-handed sailing. While he enjoys the camaraderie and crew work of sailing with others, he especially loves the idea of “One Man … One Boat.” He says, “When it’s just you and the boat, it just doesn’t get any better than that.”
He hails from the small, coastal town of Port St. Joe, Florida (where his heart and mind remain), but platoons his time up around Georgia’s Lake Lanier where he commutes to Atlanta everyday for what remains of his work with a regular job–not sexy enough to mention here.
He is married to his lovely wife of 30+ years, Joy. They live with their black cat, Stormy, and a bottle of Jim Beam.
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