The Broken Sun
Jack Mason Adventure Series, Book 3eBook
When The Broken Sun, an ancient artefact said to lead to the lost city of Atlantis, is stolen from the British Museum, Jack, Scarlet and Mr Doyle embark on a hunt across Europe to find it.
But just as the artefact is within reach, their beloved secretary is mysteriously poisoned.
In their race against time to find the antidote, the team uncovers a deadly plan, to attack the Houses of Parliament.
Though no one has banked on another shocking discovery - that Mr Doyle's long-dead son may still be alive...
Darrell Pitt began his lifelong appreciation of Victorian literature when he read the Sherlock Holmes stories as a child, quickly moving on to H.G. Wells and Jules Verne. This early reading led to a love of comics, science fiction and all things geeky. Darrell is now married with one daughter. He lives in Melbourne. There are three Jack Mason Adventures to date: The Firebird Mystery, The Secret Abyss and The Broken Sun .
Praise for the Jack Mason Adventures:
'A fun story, easy to read and full of action. The action, by the way, is excellently written...Bonus points for being the first kids' book of its kind I've come across that gives mention to the suffragettes!' Books+Publishing
'Lots of mechanical mayhem and derring-do - breathless stuff.' Michael Pryor
'Non-stop action, non-stop adventure, non-stop fun!' Richard Harland
'Set in a fantastical London, filled with airships, steam cars and metrotowers stretching into space, this fast paced adventure and homage to the world of Victoria literature and Conan Doyle offers an enjoyable roller-coaster read for fans of Artemis Fowl and the Lemony Snicket series...[a] rollicking who-dunnit that will keep young Sherlocks guessing to the very end.' Magpies
'Charming, witty and intelligently written...this series no doubt will be a huge hit for early teens, the writing is intelligent and Darrell Pitt has created characters that challenge and provoke readers to invest in the storyline.' Diva Booknerd
'Mind-bending mystery.' Launceston Examiner
'A thrilling book that contains adventurous characters...4 #65533; stars. Recommended to girls and boys 10 and above who love crime and mystery solving.' Celine, 11 years, Alphabet Soup blog
'I was swept along by the fast-paced plot, captivated by the characters and surprised at a major twist at the end. I do recommend this book for readers 9 years and over who like action, mystery and adventure.' Buzz Words