A killer is loose in paradise! Who will be the next victim?
Paul Mila returns with familiar and new characters in the fifth book of his dive adventure/thriller series.
Scuba diver and art gallery owner Dayle Standish struggles to save her marriage as she searches for a priceless artifact dating back to Christopher Columbus. But Dayle's path through the land of the ancient Mayans intersects with a vicious killer in Cozumel, Mexico, putting herself and her friends, Terry and Joe Manetta, in danger.
The story will appeal to divers and non-divers alike, and diving readers will recognize dive sites located in Roatan and Cozumel. The unique story line takes readers inside cenotes (pronounced SAY-NO-TAYS), the underwater caves that riddle the Yucatan, and which supplied the ancient Mayans with much of their fresh water.
"Paul Mila returns with familiar characters in this riveting suspense/thriller. Once you start reading, you won't be able to put this action-packed page turner down." Mike Monahan, author of The Treasure of Hart Island and Barracuda.
"Paul Mila has created a fast-paced thriller that finds its 'Maltese Falcon' hundreds of years older and in an underwater Mayan shrine. Grab your air tank -- definitely worth the dive!" Thomas Hoover, author of Caribbee.
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About the Author
He has enjoyed photographing and diving with Caribbean reef sharks in the Bahamas, humpback whales in the Dominican Republic and Tonga, and diverse sea life around the world, including his home waters of Long Island, New York.
Diving in the same waters as the characters in his books enables Paul to write exciting, realistic dive adventures and to accurately describe the beauty and wonder of our undersea world for non-diving readers.
Paul and his family reside in Carle Place, New York. When not diving, Paul writes thriller/adventure novels, works at a local dive shop, and coaches tennis. You can contact Paul via e-mail at email@example.com, visit his website at www.milabooks.com, and check out his newsletter, The Sea-gram, at http://www.sea-gram.com.