Shark and Octopus is a comic caper telling the story of Griffin Gilmore, whose unique profession is retrieving items of value without anyone realizing they were ever missing. Griffin’s been hired to steal a key in a museum exhibit and replace it with a lookalike key. As he grabs the key Griffin fears he has set off the museum alarm, but all he hears is that sweet, sweet sound of silence. A man dressed entirely in white arrives and takes the key. Griffin can’t let this go. He learns the key is to the dungeon of an Italian castle, but the dungeon is empty. Who is this man and why does he want that key?
Helping Griffin are Kit Covington, his best friend since kindergarten and a top ten lister of everything; Bobby Lowell, an aspiring actor with the skill for uncovering information through his roles; and Annie Knaack, Griffin’s girlfriend, calm where he is impatient, sweet when he is sarcastic. Griffin is brilliant but undisciplined; restraint is not in his skill set. He’s persistent and above all loyal to his friends.
Griffin discovers that a former member of the Nazi’s Special Task Force for Music covered one wall in a house in Baltimore with a musical score. The notes are a clue, Griffin realizes, to what the man in white is after. A trap is set, with Griffin as the bait.
Paperback: 336 pages
Publishing date: August 11, 2020)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.8 x 9 inches
JC Sullivan’s writing has appeared in the Wall Street Journal and the Christian Science Monitor as well as literary journals in this country and abroad. He is a lifelong Baltimorean. For more than three decades he has worked as a lawyer but hopes you won’t hold that against him. JC has two daughters, Meredith and Kira. Shark And Octopus is the first novel published in his Griffin Gilmore series of Novels. The prequel, Freeze Tag, is underway. JC’s blog is https://wordpress.com/view/jcharlessullivan.wordpress.com.
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