Mango summer - A X’ia X’iang yachting thriller.
The air is full of the scent of sweet mango, but nothing is sweet about the body that floats upon the outer island reef off Jamaica’s... More > Port Antonio. Too many coincidences, too many people involved, too much corruption and a lot of civil unrest is making life in Jamaica uneasy. Just when global yachting travellers Richard and Emma who live aboard X’ia X’iang think they have found their tropical paradise, they are unexpectedly embroiled in web of drug smuggling, intrigue and murder.< Less
A Cup of Death – A X’ia X’iang yachting thriller.
Life on a tranquil Atlantic island is shattered when an old German yachtie is found dead. Village superstition, gang rivalry and... More > past atrocities return to haut those who make their peace on the sea. Preparing their yacht X’ia X’iang for an Atlantic crossing, Richard and Emma are thrown into the middle of what has become an international people-smuggling ring. They call on Pipin to help them as life takes another turn for the sailing couple who vow to solve the old German’s death.< Less
Galyfreae Voyages – A modern day quest to complete the ancient prophesy of The Tree of Life.
When you are told from a young age that you have one single destiny to fulfil, then you do it. This... More > is how St-John Dick approached the voyage aboard the 28’ sloop Galyfreae to complete the ancient Celtic legend of The Tree of Life. Born of an old Druidic family he was the last of a long line of ancestors who determined that one day the Tree of Life would be replanted and the remains of Mithrus returned to his rightful resting place. The journey was arduous, the Indian Ocean had its own psychological darkness, and the wrath of Coriakin foamed its warning through the thick dark fog. From Australia to Norway and then to the last of the ancient henges on a small Atlantic island, saw the quest complete, and as the clocks ticked over to the millennium, already the seed of change was growing.< Less