Saturday, July 13, 2013

Trouble with Treasure by Sam Milner




Review

Who doesn't like to read about and think about treasure. The only thing better is to throw in a bit of mystery... like some nefarious characters smuggling diamonds for instance. In Trouble with Treasure,  Sam Milner has captured our attention from beginning to end. 

Intent on finding treasure in or around sunken ships near Key West, Windley and his cohorts realize someone wants to stop them when a trawler dumps chummed fish near their diving site to draw sharks in their direction. 

 Trouble with Treasure takes place in the area from the Key West to the Carolinas. Milner spins his tale with the help of a cast of delightful characters who the reader instantly finds likeable. You'll cheer for Windley and Sunny as they travel to Pine Needles, North Carolina. Instead of running from sharks, they find themselves dodging diamond smugglers.

This is the first in a series of mysteries for Milner. Once you've read this first one, you'll want to find out what kind of trouble comes next. 

About the Author:

Sam Milner was born in Spartanburg, S.C., and grew up there and in Western North Carolina. Early on, he loved poetry and music and performed as a member of a four-piece combo in Asheville, North Carolina. He later went on to perform in coffee houses and recorded nine CDs and one DVD. In fact, Trouble with Treasure comes with a free CD containing Songs of the Spanish Main.

Sam and his wife currently live on a barrier island on the Florida coast.

The Book

The Book is published by Sea Dunes Publishing. It is available in several Florida bookstores. You can find a list of them at Milner's website at www.theukejoint.com    It is also available through Kindle Books online.

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