Time And Tide Are Running Out For The Brewer Brothers
An epic salt pond adventure for South County’s young and brave fishermen.
Written by Todd Corayer
If you’ve been following along in the Southern Rhode Island Newspapers with the story of the Brewer Brothers, you’re in luck! This is where you can download your free copy of the e-book to see how the epic adventure ends. (Go to page 24 to pick up where the newspaper left off.)
Todd Corayer has written and released his first fictional e-book of 2023 titled “Time And Tide Are Running Out For The Brewer Brothers.” Follow the young brothers, Lincoln and Hub, as they spend their South County summer fishing salt ponds and chasing adventure.
Use the button below to view and download this free e-book today. Be sure to let Todd know what you think.
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