Put-in-Bay, on Lake Erie's South Bass Island, once served as the staging point for a pivotal naval battle that forever changed the course of U.S. history. Following that battle, the six officers who gave their lives in that engagement were buried in a clearing near the shores of the bay. One hundred years later, their remains were moved to a monument and re-interred with honors deserving of such gallant men. So it came to pass that a similar honor would be paid to Joseph De Rivera, visionary and founding father of Put-in-Bay. A large monument, bearing a statue of the venerable community leader, was now complete and waiting in the park that was named for him. As was done for the six fallen officers, Mr. De Rivera's remains would be relocated from the local cemetery to a vault beneath this newly-erected monument. There's only one problem. Someone has stolen his body. Cleveland historian Jack Sullivan has a real knack for locating the dead, so it's no surprise that he would be brought in to assist in finding the missing remains of Joseph De Rivera. As Special Agent Andrew Spurlock tells him, this case is right up his alley. Thus Jack finds himself spending a holiday weekend combing the island for any clue that might help him in his search. Getting hints from the most unlikely of sources, he slowly discovers that not everything is as it seems, and that some mysteries are even older than first believed. Steward of the Isle is the third installment in The Jack Sullivan Mysteries by author William G. Krejci. Previous tiles are "In The Cold, Cradled Ground" and "Waldemere."
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William G. Krejci was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1975 and was raised in the neighboring suburb of Avon Lake. A construction worker by trade and former merchant marine, he spends his free time researching haunted houses, debunking urban legends, playing guitar in an Irish band and vacationing at the Lake Erie islands. He currently resides in Lakewood.
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Book Description William G.\Krejci, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 228 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.58 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk0615830684
Book Description William G.\Krejci, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0615830684