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Shoalwater Voices: Shoalwater Book Two

October 29, 2006

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Shoalwater Voices: Shoalwater Book Two

Paperback: 400 pages
Publisher: WingSpan Press (September 19, 2006)
ISBN-10: 1595940952

Four years have passed and Cassie Belanger is plagued with nightmares, ghostly voices from the past, and a compulsion to return to the sleepy fishing town of Oysterville, Washington.

There, she meets two strangers who have followed the same mysterious obsession. Cassie and her new friends must race against time to solve the mysteries of cryptic letters, terrifying dreams, and a shadowy figure bent on finding a long forgotten treasure before they do, and more than willing to murder anyone in his way.

Danger, mystery, love, and fortune await Cassie as she finds her way back to Oysterville once more.

Read Chapter One

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8 comments

  1. This book was absolutely awesome. Shoalwater Voices was very suspenseful and kept me on the edge of my seat the whole time. I enjoyed this book and can’t wait for the next one.


  2. This was a wonderful book. I can usually figure out what will happen next in any book, but not this one. It kept me on the edge of my seat! He’s a great writer.


  3. Shoalwater Voices is so wonderfully written it captures you instantly and submerses you into a mystery woven into the history and lush backdrop of the Pacific Norhtwest which will keep you guessing and have you searching your soul.

    I couldn’t put it down!

    Melanie J. Zallee


  4. The art of storytelling seems lost in many of today’s cinema and literary releases. But Perry Perkins brings hope that there remain a few individuals dedicated to the study and practice of this important art form.

    In the recent release of “Shoalwater Voices: Shoalwater Book Two”, Perkins skillfully tells a tale that quickly engages the reader. Multiple subplots are creatively woven together to form an intriguing, suspenseful, and fast moving storyline.

    The vivid settings and interesting characters come alive through Perkins’ artfully descriptive writing.

    The result is a broad expanse of experiences from heart racing action to touching moments to humorous dialog.

    As in book one, “Just Past Oysterville”, the reader is inspired and moved by themes of hope fulfilled, love found, and a life redeemed.


  5. […] raised in Oregon.  His writing includes the inspirational novels: “Just Past Oysterville,” “Shoalwater Voices,” and the eBook, “The Light at the End of the Tunnel.” Perry is a student of Jerry B. Jenkins […]


  6. Hey Perry,

    Just wanted to let you know that I LOVED your book.

    It was very well done and had me hooked from chapter one. My problem with reading books is, I neglect everything else in order to read!

    My poor boys.

    Oh well, it was only a couple days, hopefully they’ll be ok.

    Anyway, good job.

    Jeni


  7. […] raised in Oregon.  His writing includes the inspirational novels: “Just Past Oysterville,” “Shoalwater Voices,” and the eBook, “The Light at the End of the Tunnel.” Perry is a student of Jerry B. Jenkins […]


  8. […] A Tour of Oysterville.” If you’ve read “Just Past Oysterville” or “Shoalwater Voices” and would like to know more about the amazing history of Oysterville, Amy’s article is […]



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