Dana Point, CA, May 02, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The Déjà vu Chronicles are paranormal historical romances set in the 18th Century Caribbean. "Midnight Omen Deja vu," the first novel in the Deja vu Chronicles was released in 2010. "Onyx Rising," book three is due for release in 2014.
The year is 1722 - electricity dances across the midnight sky hovering over a majestic tall ship deep within the Caribbean. The crew watches in terror as their Captain is brought back to life by a Celtic witch. Impending doom settles in the hearts of these salty seafarers as they glance at the sea and midnight sky. Sure enough, strange happenings follow their ship each night as clues are left about whom the Silver Moon Omen is intended for. Only one understands the apocalyptic sign, the same Celtic healer who brought their Captain back to life. Kathryn must gather clues from the ancient Celtic mystics, including a deadly voodoo priest from the Island of Tobago. Captain Phillips and his crew sail from Barbados north, plundering the high seas of the Spanish Main encountering the infamous Calico Jack and his cutthroats. Beset with an unexpected visitor and a malicious turn of events, the pirate Captains part ways into unknown territory leading to a certain demise for Captain Phillips. Is this the end of Kathryn and her Captain? Only the Silver Moon Omen knows for certain.
"Silver Moon Déjà vu" is available in both print and ebook formats.
Silver Moon Deja vu
By Marti Melville
Publisher: Midnight Omen Productions
Published: October 2013
Genre: Paranormal Romance
About The Author:
Marti Mellville's love of the Caribbean and the romantic folklore surrounding the Pirates of the Spanish Main helped fuel her drive to re-create the story of Captain John Phillips and his Celtic witch, Kathryn in this adventurous tale of an actual pirate and his cutthroat crew.
Marti draws from her background in emergency/trauma nursing as she creates what would-have-happened over 300 years at sea. She is currently co-authoring the screenplay for the film version of her novels and is the mother of five children and grandmother of seven.
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