Scarlett Point (short story) – Chris Ewan
SCARLETT POINT is a 6000 word short story from the bestselling author of SAFE HOUSE.
Cutler is a man with a dark secret, hiding out by the coast on the Isle of Man. Luke is a young boy hunting for an elusive treasure from an incomplete map. Their lives collide at SCARLETT POINT in a story about trust, redemption and how sometimes you find what you most need when you’re searching for something else.
SCARLETT POINT was originally commissioned by the Isle of Man Arts Council as part of the Island of Culture initiative and is now available exclusively as a Kindle Single.
Thanks to Chris Ewan who emailed me a copy of the story to read.
At around 6,000 words, it will not take you too long to enjoy Scarlett Point. Yet you can be assured that you will enjoy this tale.
Luke is a treasure hunter on a mission. He has an incomplete treasure map and it is imperative that he finds the loot – unfortunately he doesn’t know what he is looking for.
Cutler is camping on Scarlett Point, he just wants some peace and quiet away from everyone else so a young treasure hunter outside his tent is not a great start to his day.
What comes next is a clever story with a twist I didn’t see coming.
Chris also has a new novel out which I reviewed here: http://grabthisbook.net/?p=259
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