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Read The Legend of the Seahawk eBook Ï Paperback é insolpro ´ ➮ [Ebook] ➩ The Legend of the Seahawk By Adele Clagett ➺ – Insolpro.co.uk In the small Connecticut seaside town of Stuart Cove David a young ambitious professional takes a short leave of absence from his job at the New YorIn the small Connecticut seaside town of Stuart Cove David a young ambitious professional takes a short leave of absence from his job at the New York Daily Press to settle his elderly aunt's affairs after her Adele Clagett’s The Legend of the Seahawk comprises the elements of fiction and a narrative style that makes it an ideal story for a Hallmark Hall of Fame movie While few seafaring ghost stories have the substance to hold my interest very long – because they all seem to focus on the same elements of the genre – characters feeling cold whenever visited by a ghost or spirit like energy Clagett’s narrative is different from many others that I have read Skillfully combining facts about lighthouses the life of lighthouse keepers and their families and the story of the Seahawk with its paranormal aspects – psychic readings residual haunting non intelligent ghost entities Clagett has created a seafaring ghost story that is interesting compelling and illuminating As I delved into the text I was reminded of the other ships that had been lost in the 1950’s – My Lady in 1952 and The Echo III in 1955 – and the movie The Perfect Storm Like The Perfect Storm Clagett gives the reader a basic seafaring tale On August 1 1956 while trawling for fish a storm unexpectedly shifts its direction and catches the Seahawk out at sea before it can return to port at Stuart Cove a small New England town situated on the coastline of Connecticut Captain Scott Spear and his crew of five are lost to the sea His wife Helen his daughter Cynthia his brother in law and lighthouse keeper Danny Pierce and the townsfolk were deeply affected by the incident I thoroughly enjoyed Clagett’s milieu of Stuart Cove which included Saint Margaret’s Church the fishermen’s memorial a small circular area consisting of a flower garden a few benches a granite tablet etched with the names of those from Stuart Cove lost at sea the Fishhook Pub the Stone Ridge Lighthouse and Main Street I particularly enjoyed Father Kealy’s prayer and the blessing of the fleet the description of the waterfront the feast the floats and Saint Andrew’s statue – the patron saint of fishermen Here everyone knows everyone else’s business – there are no secrets in Stuart Cove creating a sense of closeness friendliness and intimacy Hence it isn’t very long after David Parker an investigative reporter who works for a newspaper in New York City and who returns to Stuart Cove to sell a house on Kings Creek he had inherited from his Aunt Gina and Uncle Walter that you’ll come to realize that aside from a seafaring ghost story Clagett has fashioned a delightful tale of romance that springs up between David and Claire Reid a young woman who lives in Stuart Cove attends college and works at the Stone Ridge Lighthouse The scene at the Fishhook Pub where David and Danny Piece share a few beers is hauntingly mysterious Later at the fishermen’s memorial Danny approaches David as he is reading the memorial and proclaims “That don’t tell the whole story” David agrees to meet Danny at the lighthouse the next day at which time Danny reveals a portion of the truth of what happened on the night the Seahawk was lost Intrigued by the old fisherman and his legend David believes he might write a story about the Seahawk for his newspaper Realizing that he would have to conduct his own investigation David solicits Claire’s help and together they work to uncover the truth behind the paranormal occurrences surrounding the Seahawk To help him solve this paranormal mystery David solicits the assistance of Owen Skinner a paranormal investigator who lives in New York City and Emerson Hathaway an expert in lighthouse restorations The anticipation of what was to follow is electrifying and as I read the narrative I felt goose bumps running up and down my arm and the excitement David and Claire must’ve felt as they approached the shoreline the day after the storm I shan’t reveal the ending but you will certainly enjoy and appreciate Clagett’s resolution and the closure it brings for Helen Cynthia and the townsfolk of Stuart Cove Overall I highly recommend Adele Clagett’s book The Legend of the Seahawk to all readers and I’m sure that after you read this story you will feel as strongly as I do that this story is a wonderful tale – one that might easily lend itself to a wonderful Hallmark Hall of Fame movie

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Death On a visit to the Fishhook Pub an old fisherman approaches David This old man has a story to tell a story about a lighthouse keeper named Danny and the loss of the fishing vessel Seahawk She went down du Thank you Goodreads for this wonderful free book which I won Adele Many thanks for writing this fantastic novel and mailing it out uickly Thank you so muchIt's the story of Dannythe light house keeper and the Seahawk and it's crew lost at Sea Danny dies before he can tell David the whole story David is hooked and researches the back ground and life of Danny Lots of paranormal themes and it hooks you as fast as you can turn the page The true history of the light house is what hooks you immediately and holds your attention through all the following pages I hope each and every one of you has the chance to read this novel It's suitable for all ages and all interests in reading

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The Legend of the SeahawkRing a storm back in 1956 but as the old man says That doesn't tell the whole story David finds his life and the lives of others forever changed by this tale and the spirit of the Seahawk's captain Scott Spear Oh my gosh you are a GENIUS I just finished this book it took me a day to read it I LOVED IT I keep recommending it to people saying it was the best book I've EVER read and I do read a LOT Any suggestions on books I might like since I liked this one so much? I can't seem to find many good ones The Legend of the Seahawk really made me think though it was great I wanted to be an author but I was never creative enough to come up with a good story most of mine are unfinished How did you think of this amazing story??? D ♥