The Devil's Triangle by Mark Robson
  

The Devil's Triangle

Written by Mark Robson

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A new all-action adventure mystery from a bestselling author about parallel worlds and the legends surrounding the legend that is the Bermuda Triangle. Sam's mum disappeared in mysterious circumstances in the Bermuda Triangle and now 9 years on Sam and a friend may well have found themselves caught up in it as well. All manner of courage and skill will be required to survive let alone get home. This fast-paced adventure with a twisting, thrilling plot features exotic, vibrant landscapes and action scenes to test the steeliest nerves. This is cinematic storytelling that will have readers on the edge of their seats.

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The Devil's Triangle by Mark Robson

The Bermuda Triangle has cast a shadow over Sam and Niamh Cutlers' lives since their mother vanished nine years ago. Her whereabouts remains a mystery and every year they return to the Florida Keys with their father, Matt, who is obsessed with solving the haunting puzzle. But Sam is bored with lazing around by the pool while his father hunts for the truth. Craving excitement, he and his friend, Callum, borrow Matt's boat. At first it's great fun, but when they find themselves marooned in a terrifying land, the boys realise they too have fallen victim to the Triangle's mysterious effects. Can they find a way home, or will they be lost forever?

About the Author

Mark Robson

Mark was born in Wanstead, Essex in 1966, but was raised for the most part of his school years near Carmarthen in West Wales. In 1982 he won a scholarship to join the RAF as a pilot and was an operational pilot in the RAF for over twenty years. During that time he flew for three years on the Victor air-to-air refuelling tankers, for four and a half years as a flying instructor on Jet Provost and Tucano training aircraft and for eight years at Brize Norton, Oxon, as copilot, captain and instructor on the VC10 aircraft.

Mark started writing his first novel in 1995 due to a throwaway line! He was bored in the Falkland Islands as the weather was too bad to do any flying and, in a fit of pique at Mark’s waspishness with the inactivity, his navigator said “Oh for goodness sake do something useful. Go write a book or something!” Never one to back down from a challenge, Mark made a deal that he would write the Prologue to a book and if the said navigator liked it, then Mark would write the rest of the book. Three days later, the Prologue to The Forging of the Sword was dutifully handed over to a positive response and The Darkweaver Legacy was born.

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Format

Paperback
400 pages
Interest Age: From 10

Author

Mark Robson
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Author's Website

www.markrobsonauthor.com/

Publisher

Simon & Schuster Childrens Books an imprint of Simon & Schuster Ltd

Publication date

31st March 2011

ISBN

9781847389787

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