The Further Adventures of Robin Caruso

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Robin Caruso, the girl who sailed around the world, has defied the odds and returned home alive; just barely. Surviving pirates, angry natives, animal attacks and the fury of the ocean, she now faces the wrath of the authorities that she evaded and the consequences that here actions had on her family. Striking a deal with the government to testify against the leader of the pirates, she is forced to flee when he escapes and places a bounty on her head. Can she ever hope to find safety and happiness again, as she ...
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Overview

Robin Caruso, the girl who sailed around the world, has defied the odds and returned home alive; just barely. Surviving pirates, angry natives, animal attacks and the fury of the ocean, she now faces the wrath of the authorities that she evaded and the consequences that here actions had on her family. Striking a deal with the government to testify against the leader of the pirates, she is forced to flee when he escapes and places a bounty on her head. Can she ever hope to find safety and happiness again, as she sets out to sea once more, facing some of the biggest challenges of her life? Join us for a high-seas adventure with Robin and Dylan as they risk life and limb on their journey to find their place in the world, all while experiencing the greatest adventure of all; life.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781490408842
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/10/2013
  • Pages: 194
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.41 (d)

Meet the Author

Richard Stephen Hartmetz was born in Rochester, NY on February 9, 1965. Richard has degrees in Computer Science, Special Education and Psychology.
He spent many years as a teacher in the Rochester City School District, East Irondequoit, St. Margaret Mary School and the School of the Holy Childhood where he was known as "Mr. H." He is now the CEO of Starry Night Publishing.com.
Richard is also the author of more than twenty books including the "Murry Peterson" espionage series, "The Adventures of Robin Caruso," a series of four "Marvin" rhyming books for children, and the #1 bestseller "Secrets to Writing Well." He has also acted as editor and publisher on more than 100 other books.
Richard wrote his first story, entitled "The Dog Catcher is Coming," when he was only six years old and has been writing since, also teaching several writing workshops. He is the only person in the world to win Oracle's international ThinkQuest competition four times.
You may connect with Richard on Facebook and at: www.starrynightpublishing.com.
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