Tanusstein, Germany (PRWEB) September 28, 2012
Patrick G Cox’s second installment of A Harry Heron Adventure Series, The Enemy is Within!, will be featured at the New York Library Association Book Exhibit in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. on November 7-10, 2012. Set in the future, this book invites readers once again to embark on an amazing journey beyond their wildest imagination.
This interesting book follows three young sailors – Harry Heron, Ferghal O’ Connor and Danny Gunn – from the early 19th century who are transported to the 2200s due to a time-space anomaly. Once in the future, they serve with the WTO Fleet, which is in a state of constant conflict with the powerful Consortium. Using newly acquired powers, they must adapt to and overcome obstacles to help steer the course of an inter-planetary feud.
Engaging and creative, The Enemy is Within! has a wealth of characters, story, creativity and drama. The story is not only about space ships, aliens and sailing, rather, it also focuses on the characters’ personal relationships which are passionate and relatable. With a universal theme, this book can also appeal to a wide audience.
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About the Author
Patrick Cox was born in Cape Town in 1946 and grew up in a small city called East London. Educated at Selborne Primary and College in East London, South Africa, he worked in commerce and industry before joining the Fire Service in South Africa. In 1988, he and his family moved to the UK where he continued his fire service career finally retiring from the service in 2006. He is a published technical author with titles including Marine Fire Studies (IFE 1997) and the NEBOSH Fire Safety Risk Assessment Handbook (ACT 2006) to his credit. A reader in the Church of England, he has a deep faith and is active in the work and life of the parish he serves.
The Enemy is Within! * by Patrick G Cox
A Harry Heron Adventure
Publication Date: September 25, 2010
Trade Paperback; £13.99; 351 pages; 978-1-4535-7551-2
Trade Hardback; £23.99; 351 pages; 978-1-4535-7941-1
eBook; £8; 978-1-4535-7552-9
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