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Treasure Paperback – August 6, 2015
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This one starts with a woman named Karen Robinson.
Robinson works at a dive shop and she thinks she's being followed.
Robinson is also a SCUBA diver and she's looking for a wreck. The Ocean Rose.
The Ocean Rose sank of the Austrailian coast in 1898. There are rumors of gold being on the vessel. Unfounded rumors.
The strict Austrailian laws involving anything found on wrecks are in full force. Robinson had requested info on the Ocean Rose months ago and so far has heard nothing.
Robinson has found that someone has been in her house. She wants protection. She calls VIP and Rod Reid. She's requesting Ben Hood because she's seen him on TV.
Ben Hood isn't available so Rod sends Susan Burk a more than capable VIP agent.
Clare Morrison has also called Rod at VIP for Hood as a bodyguard. A Govt Official disappered in front of her home. His body was later found in the river. Clare wants Ben Hood but Annemei could care less about having a bodyguard.
Clare and her daughter Annemei are persons of interest because Clare's husband was diving looking for the Ocean Rose. He and his boat just disapperared and Morrison was presumed dead. Clare collected one million dollars in insurance.
Attacks are made on Karen and Susan is knifed. Ben Hood heads their way.
So begins another damned fine read.
This one has Ben, Susan, Karen, Annemei, a hunt for gold, a couple of wrecks, and old woman named Melinda, death, an assasin, murder, corruption, old friends, new enemies, a missing man, and Ben Hood in a race to solve it all.
Five Stars and then some.