Junior Fiction Follows Eleven-Year-Old Treasure Hunter

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Author takes readers into a tale of friendship, mystery and fortune in Taya Bayliss – Treasure Hunter, a new book by E.J. Gore.

Readers are in for an exciting adventure when young Taya Bayliss finds herself mixed up in a fifty-year-old mystery only a few hours after she and her family arrive in the tiny fishing village of Bascombe Bay. The story unfolds in Taya Bayliss – Treasure Hunter, a new book by E.J. Gore.

When Taya almost falls into the sea while watching the fishermen unload their catch, it sets up an encounter which will lead her into an interesting friendship, an intriguing mystery and a possible treasure hunt. She meets Mae Evans, an elderly lady, who because of a long-ago love seems to hold the key to the treasure. But is there really a treasure or is it all just imagination? The clues just don’t add up.

Two local boys certainly think there is a hidden fortune and spend their time stalking Mae in an effort to get her to lead them to it. They soon turn their attentions to Taya as well, making life more difficult for her.

Will a curious and determined Taya accept Mae’s claims that the treasure is non-existent or will she set about unravelling the mystery? Has there been a fortune in front of their faces all along? Readers will find out as they follow the exciting story of Taya Bayliss – Treasure Hunter.

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Taya Bayliss - Treasure Hunter * by E. J. Gore
Publication Date: July 21, 2011
Trade Paperback; AU$19.99; 50 pages; 978-1-4628-9431-4
Trade Hardback; AU$39.99; 50 pages; 978-1-4628-9432-1
eBook; AU$9.99; 978-1-4628-4969-7

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