Pre-order your copy of Turks and Chaos: Hostile Waters today and save! During the pre-order, the price is $0.99. The story will be available on Dec. 25, 2017 and the price will go up to $2.99. Armed gunmen board a liveaboard dive boat near Turks and Caicos in this sea story/action thriller. News photographer Mike Scott is on a dive vacation and gets taken hostage when the theft doesn’t go as planned. When the identity of the head pirate is exposed, he declares that all the passengers will die when they reach their destination. It’s up to Mike, the passengers and crew to overcome the pirates and save their own lives. It doesn’t help matters that there is a mole on board feeding the pirates information and they are heading right into a storm. Now they must mutiny against the pirates and take the boat back before time runs out… “Fans of Clive Cussler will enjoy this brand-new novella in the Mike Scott thriller series from Eric Douglas.” -- Greg Holt, host of the talk radio show…
You want to explore the ocean, alongside Mike Scott!
Rosemary E Lunn
Diving Journalist and Scuba Industry Fixer
Mike Scott is the man! Eric Douglas continues to build on a character every adventurous soul wishes they could be…or befriend from a safe distance.
Greg Holt: Scuba Radio
This new Mike Scott Novel (The 3rd Key) is fantastic! I opened it to take a look it and the beginning GRABBED me and took me on a ride!
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This contest is now closed. The winners have been notified and sent their promo codes. Traveling for the holiday? Want to pass the time with a Mike Scott adventure? To say thank you to my fans, between now and noon on November 22, 2017, you can register to win a FREE audiobook and the possibility […]
"Can you dive again after open-heart surgery? Author Eric Douglas tells the true story of his signs and symptoms of heart disease, and his road to recovery." I am working with Scuba Diving Magazine to produce an online series specific to heart disease and diving. We will release a new installment each month covering my recovery process. My goals are A) help others avoid coronary artery disease; B) help anyone facing coronary artery disease know what to expect; C) get myself back in diving … Read more