Book Number 6: S.S. INDIGO, Twelve's Company
Updated: Jan 3, 2021
I must be a glutton for punishment but as we head into a second lockdown here in California, I thought Why Not?
Twelve guests are invited as guests to join the S.S. Indigo for a luxury cruise around the Caribbean under the promise of an investment opportunity too good to pass. Twelve strangers, twelve very different backgrounds, one thing in common - greed.
The S.S Indigo built in 1921 has been refurbished to its former glory and beyond. Thirteen uniquely appointed cabins all with a story to tell as do the twelve guests aboard.
Like the guests, the crew has been recruited from around the world, and each of them has a story to tell too.
S.S Indigo is a tale of mystery of dark secrets and of murder. Join the ship in Belize City, St. George's Quay as it sets sail on it's final voyage.
Willy Mitchell is an indie author, writer, and storyteller. His first title was Operation ARGUS, and then the sequel Bikini BRAVO where a group of former Special Air Service operatives enter the dark and murky world of maskirovka and discover the lengths that some people will go for power and greed. Cold COURAGE tells the epic tale of Shackleton's 1914 Trans-Antarctic Expedition and all that was happening in those extraordinary times. Book four, Northern ECHO tells the story of two boys growing up during the punk rock revolution in the north of England, and how a dark secret keeps them apart until the end. Mitchell's latest installment, is Gipsy MOTH about his Aunt Nikki, her friend, and fellow Aviatrix, Amy Johnson, and Amelia Earhart on the other side of the pond during the golden age of aviation.
All of Mitchell's books so far are novels, works of fiction, blended with real events. For further information or how to buy his books, visit his author website: