Could a return to the blue waters, the white sands and the warm breezes of the Caribbean shake a lonely widower out of his lingering grief? Cooper Meyerhoff was ready to try. He hoped that the wonderful memories he and his deceased wife once shared while on cruise ships would renew his spirit. His journey was barely a day old when his plans charted a different course. Through a chance encounter of a beautiful, yet strangely familiar woman, that spirit was tested in ways he had never thought were possible. As the hours and days of the cruise unfolded, he was forced to draw upon resources that he knew wouldn't fail him. Join "Coop" on board the cruise ship, Festival, as he battles with those ancient but still present, still evil and still destructive, seven deadly sins. Praise for The Seventh Deadly Cruise "Intrigue, mystery, romance, murder and life counsel on the high seas make this book a great read for anyone intrigued by the idea of cruising on a ship or through life. Read it and then share it with anyone having questions about the seven deadly sins and how to battle them in their life." E. Lund, Fremont Tribune. "Craig has developed a new style that fits so well into an uncertain culture. He brings deep morality in surprising and subtle fashion in the midst of very real life circumstances." D. Ludwig, PH.D., Licensed Psychologist and Professor of Psychology at Lenoir-Rhyne University. Craig and his wife Martha live near Hickory, North Carolina. There he pastors a Lutheran Church, looks for any opportunity to visit his grandchildren and when he has a moment or two works on writing a sequel to The Seventh Deadly Cruise.