Finding Sunken Treasure with a Satellite – Tom Williams many reviews clearly displays an author to watch
Lost and Found (published by Arche Books) is a captivating story about a modern-day treasure hunt – minus the pirates. Just released on September 1st, this clever tale covers one of man’s favorite pastimes – searching for gold, but with the distinct advantage of today’s technology.
Lost and Found, an exotic escape from reality, begins with two English expatriates who are hired by an oil consulting firm to track oil reserves around the globe using a geological survey satellite. When they realize it will not find oil, they reconfigure it to find gold, resulting in accusations of sabotage and their termination from the company. A co-worker is murdered after she smuggles out data that would prove their innocence, but their corrupt boss has given them only thirty days to find gold or be arrested. After meeting up with a beautiful salvage captain in Florida, the three travel to Turkey and there follows a quest for the riches that is fun, intriguing and non-stop action, filled with unpredictable twists and turns. In the exciting race for the treasure, the cast of characters battle a treacherous storm, an earthquake, a tsunami, and each other.
Tom Williams resides on Marco Island, Florida, and is a master merchant marine officer licensed by the U.S. Coast Guard for twenty-three years, specializing in shipwrecks and salvage diving. It is this vast background that enriches Lost and Found with true life experiences, providing the specialized environment necessary to make it a plausible maritime treasure hunt. He lends credibility to an imaginative plot – Lost and Found truly is an epic vacation inside every page. Williams’ web site displays the many reviews received, long before the release date, clearly showing that this is one author to keep a close eye on: http://www.lostandfoundadventure.com/
Please watch Tom Williams being interviewed on TV recently at the following link: http://www.ascotmedia.com/pressroom.html Use arrow to scroll to his interview.by
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