I Can’t Wait for… Privateers by Charlie Newton

Can’t-Wait Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted over at Wishful Endings to spotlight and discuss the books we’re excited about and have yet to read. Generally they’re books that have yet to be released, but not necessarily. It’s based on Waiting on Wednesday, which was originally hosted at Breaking the Spine.

My pick for this week is a kickass thriller about three fierce women, a ghost ship’s treasure of WWI gold, modern day piracy, Caribbean jungles, and a bone-chilling warlord.

Title: Privateers

Author: Charlie Newton

Publisher: BlackType Press

Publication Date: March 31, 2020

Genres: Adventure

Shelves: Female-fronted

Three fierce women. A ghost ship’s treasure. And a bone-chilling Caribbean warlord.

World War I rages. US marines storm Haiti’s Banque Nationale, loot $26 million in gold, then vanish. A century later, clues surface during the demolition of a Chicago racetrack, pointing to the Corazón Santo—the notorious triangle of Havana, Kingston, and Port-au-Prince. Three fierce, vibrant women reunite to hunt the treasure, hoping it will buy their survival from a long-buried, catastrophic misjudgment.

They conscript a streetwise Chicago horseplayer’s help, then risk a return into the Caribbean’s mangrove jungles and mountains that have tried to kill them before. The uneasy partners are quickly swallowed in a terrifying labyrinth of shadow government and modern-day piracy where a final choice will be forced upon them: gold, survival, or redemption?

Privateers will grab you by the collar and won’t let go until Charlie Newton gives the nod. Rarely have I read a book so absorbing, so sharply written, so filled with action that it thrusts you into the real world and makes you look hard at its beauty and its heartbreak.” —Jonathan Eig, New York Times bestselling author of Get Capone

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  1. That description has reeled me in. A ghost ship and WWI treasure… I am adding this one to my own wish list. I hope you enjoy it when you read it, Bob.

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