Books

Circle of Bones

Circle of Bones

Christine Kling

This international adventure thriller introduces Maggie Riley, a former US Marine, and Cole Thatcher, a maritime archeologist. They are racing to find the wreck of the WWII submarine Surcouf before the inner circle of Skull and Bones buries their secrets and seizes control of the US government for good.

Sea Bitch: Four Tales of Nautical Noir

Sea Bitch: Four Tales of Nautical Noir

Christine Kling

This eBook is a small collection of four short stories and an excerpt of the new novel CIRCLE OF BONES. It includes the first story I ever wrote about Seychelle Sullivan back in graduate school, so the story is a prequel to SURFACE TENSION.

Wreckers' Key: A Novel of Suspense

Wreckers' Key: A Novel of Suspense

Christine Kling

Seychelle pilots her tug Gorda to Key West to help her friend Nestor tow back the megayacht he put on the reef on her maiden voyage. Nestor claims there was something suspicious about the accident, and Seychelle becomes a believer when Nestor falls victim to an accident himself.

Bitter End: A Novel of Suspense

Bitter End: A Novel of Suspense

Christine Kling

Waiting for a bridge to open on the river through the heart of downtown Fort Lauderdale, Seychelle witnesses the shooting of the captain of gleaming Hatteras -- a man who, it turns out, is the ex-husband of Seychelle's ex-best friend.

Cross Current

Cross Current

Christine Kling

En route to a job offshore, towboat captain Seychelle Sullivan discovers a frightened Haitian child adrift in a half-sunk boat -- the only other passenger is a woman with her skull crushed. As threats against the child mount from immigration officials to an invisible Voodoo wraith, Seychelle sets out to salvage a life as well as a boat.

Surface Tension

Surface Tension

Christine Kling

Seychelle answers a mayday call from from a luxurious motoryacht and discovers no one aboard but a beautiful bikini-clad girl with a dive knife in her back. The captain, Seychelle's former lover, is missing.


Copyright 2012 by Christine Kling