Dead Ship Down
by Robert W. Walker
Something's alive on Andrea Doria & why is it that so many divers never return?
When Professor Jake Stoughton and Dr. Jenna Corey dive to the Andrea Doria, 250 feet below the Atlantic, it's a recovery operation for a reward placed on the remains of the 17th diver to the shipwreck, Thom Richards--last man to lose his life in the effort. The motivation is to create a documentary on the seemingly unluckiest place below the waves. But it soon turns into a frightful discovery of secrets that the Andea Doria has kept hidden for 60 years. With the help of Sharky, Jim, and Dolph the dive team uncovers a supernatural element named Lenora, the lost child of the Andrea Doria, but they also uncover a terrible secret beyond anything ghostly. They discover an all-too-human conspiracy to take the ship down in 1956 when it 'collided' with The Stockhom. A conspiracy to make it and its menacing cargo a home for sea life and a DEAD SHIP DOWN.
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Robert W. Walker is the author of over 80 books and a graduate of Northwestern University in Illinois, USA. He has taught writing classes and literature at the university level, currently at West Virginia State University. Robert has written ten separate series, the most successful and long-running being his Instinct Series and his Edge Series. He researches all his books, especially his historical novels. Robert lives with his wife Miranda just outside of historic Charleston, West Virginia in a town called Nitro, but he was born in Corinth, Mississipi and grew up in inner-city Chicago. Robert calls himself a lifelong learner, a researcher, teacher and editor. His favorite authors are Shakespeare and Mark Twain, and he grew up on the classics, influencing his own writing.
Visit the author website at:http://www.robertwalkerbooks.com