Book: Trinity Mist by Tracy L. Judy
categories: Book, Slave, Deep South, Sailing, Occult, Demons, Death, Sailboats, New Orleans, Charleston, Graveyards, Graves, Slavery
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Tracy L. Judy about this book: Roger Cook had been looking forward to his trip to New Orleans from Charleston, South Carolina in 1846. A man with an unlimited amount of wealth, travel for him was easy and common. It was part of who he was. Little did he know the hell that awaited him on his voyage aboard the sailing vessel the "Trinity Mist."
The slavery era of the Deep South produced a myriad of characters and personalities. Both the good and evil ones are portrayed in "Trinity Mist." This clash of cultures impacts the lives of everyone on the vessel.
Plagued by the sins of the Captain, the "Trinity Mist" pays for the sins of her master. Not content with punishing Captain Hall, dark forces terrorize all on board. Crippled by storms and haunted by unknown entities, every moment is a fight for survival. Sailing into the unknown is the "Trinity Mist" and hell follows with it.
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