One adventure leads to another as Peter and Polly search the Spice Islands for their lost parents. The evil Black River Pirates are never more than mintues behind the youngsters as the cutthroats try over and over to steal the map that leads to the hiding place of the fabulous Sunrise Ruby.
Don Clark is a U.S. Navy veteran of WWII, journalist, editor, former advertising agency executive and is the author of Wild Blue Yonder: how America's first fighter pilots were trained during WWI and co-author of best-selling Brother XII, the Devil of DeCourcy Island, the story of a mystic who drew hundreds from around the world to his colony off the coast of Vancouver Island in the 1920s.
Don is a founder member of CHAOS (Cannon Hunters Association of Seattle) and, as an archaeological diver, participated in the recovery and restoration of ancient, muzzle-loading cannon in the U.S. and along Mexico's Yucatan coastline.
He and his wife, Tina, live in Cannon House on the Pacific Coast at Ocean Shores, Washington.