Meet Charlie Most, author of Lost Treasures of the Heart , on August 25th from 6:30pm-8:30pm.
Lost Treasures of the Heart
After architect Jonathan West learns his wife has been unfaithful. he goes fishing in North Carolina's Outer Banks. trying to figure our what to do about his marriage. He's shocked when he sees a ghost ship with a spectral woman on board, gazing at him with a plea in her eyes.
In an old sea chest that washes ashore, he fins a journal and a miniature portrait belonging to Kate Russel, captain of the Royal Thomas, which sank in 1721. It's the same woman Jonathan saw on the ghost ship, and her journal describes in her own words a life of piracy and sweeping romance. As past and present collide, he starts seeing her everywhere. He knows she wants something from him and believes if he can find a way to help her, her spirit will finally rest.
"Charlie Most was never content just passing through. He wanted to leave an indelible mark on this earth and provide an insight into the mystery surrounding life as we know it, an insight he found in the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Only by virtue of actually sighting a ghost ship off the Coast of Corolla, otherwise known as "The Graveyard of the Atlantic" did he come to realize this was the story he needed to write. This is his first novel in a trilogy. He lives on the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland with his fiance and seven rescue dogs.