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Rainbow's End

An Explosive Put-in-Bay Thriller with Unexpected Twists

Bob Adamov

410 pages
Packard Island Publishing
This action-packed myster novel was a runner up as the top fiction novel in the Great Lakes Book Award contest in 2003 which was won by Pulitzer Prize winner, Middlesex. It was also rated 5 stars by the Midwest Book Review. Written in the style of Clive Clussler and is set in the Lake Erie islands. The first 80 pages deal with Confederate raiders plotting to free the prisoners on Johnson's Island then moves quickly to a modern day thriller. A Washington Post investigative reporter, Emerson Moore, visits Put-in-Bay on South Bass Island and is swept into a number of adventures including hit and run accidents, murder, arson, sailing adventures, dangerous cave explorations and dangerous confrontations in Put-in-Bay's crowded bars. He also solves a mystery left over from the Confederate raiders.
Author Bio
Bob Adamov was invited as the featured author at Key West's 2006 Ernest Hemingway Days. Adamov, who resides in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, is an avid Key West visitor and island traveler. He is Vice President - Human Resources & Public Relations for an Akron, Ohio company. A Kent State University graduate, he resides in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio and often can be seen driving throughout northeastern Ohio and the Lake Erie islands in his award-winning, bright yellow 1939 Packard street rod.