Review: THE SALTWATER GHOST by Sheila Jane

Not since Rosamund Pilcher took us to Cornwall in her masterful novels has an author brought us such sublime prose filled with beautiful locales and flawed, fabulous characters.


Sheila Jane’s debut novel, The Saltwater Ghost, takes us to Prince Edward Island, the literary home of Anne of Green Gables, where the author spins a yarn worthy of a loquacious sea captain. It’s a story of tragic love and loss with a resultant ghost who affects the lives and loves of generations of Island residents. Add some regrets, self-imposed exiles ended, and a ticklish May-September romance and you have a story you will not forget.


Make some cocoa and curl up in the window seat with this book. You will be glad you did.


I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an objective review.



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