Among the shipwreck-laden reefs that rim Bermuda, a young scuba diver makes a fatal discovery: a treasure more valuable than gold—one that some people are willing to kill for…
Enter Zack Chasteen and his ladylove, Barbara Pickering. She’s come to Bermuda to celebrate her wealthy and eccentric aunt’s birthday—and, maybe, her engagement to Zack…if only he’d propose. Which seems unlikely given Zack’s recent dilemma: the millions he’s stashed away in one of the country’s notorious tax-free offshore accounts has vanished without a trace.
And then Zack falls in with wise and wily Teddy Schwartz. A legendary Bermudan treasure salvager, Schwartz may be Zack’s last hope for finding his long-lost loot—but at what cost? Time is running out on this bizarre, bloody, and tumultuous two-thousand-year-old quest…
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“Entertaining and evocative.”—Chicago Sun-Times
“Morris is as tough and fast as Elmore Leonard.”—Randy Wayne White, New York Times bestselling author of Twelve Mile Limit
BOB MORRIS, a former columnist for the Orlando Sentinel, Fort Myers News Press, and The New York Times regional newspapers, served as editor of Caribbean Travel & Life and Gulfshore Life magazines. His work regularly appears in National Geographic Traveler, Islands, Bon Appetit and other publications. Morris, the author of the 2005 Edgar Award finalist Bahamarama, as well as Jamica Me Dead, lives in Winter Park, Florida. Visit his Web site at www.bobmorris.net.