Dead Men Tell No Tales!

Dead Man's Tale mask

The Cold Case Kids – Brogan, Brycen and Heather – and their zombie friend Angus, are looking forward to another summer of hanging out at the beach. Feasting on the world’s best french fries. Until they discover a wooden chest tossed up onto the shores of mysterious Chantry Island.  And make the mistake of opening it.

Disturb them not!

Unfathomable horrors emerge, plunging the kids into a mystery filled with sinister masks, haunted houses . . . and a tale from beyond the grave.  A tale riddled with cryptic clues that point the way to hidden riches. 

X marks the spot!

But something evil watches over the riches.  And it will stop at nothing to keep them hidden.  Solving this mystery could spell the end for the Cold Case Kids . . .

BUT THE DEAD MAN’S TALE MUST BE TOLD!

Toronto Book Launch

Official Book Launch – Toronto

Join author Doug Archer and illustrator Rob Elliott for the Toronto book launch of Legend of the Phantom Reaper – The Mystery of the Southampton Shipwrecks.  This is the second book in the Cold Case Kids Mystery series, the follow up to the hit Ghoul’s Gold – The Mystery of the Chantry Island Treasure.

There will be a reading and slide presentation about artwork.

The launch will take place on Sunday, November 25th
Doors: 12:30 p.m.
Readings: 1:00 to 2 p.m.

At the TRANZAC CLUB’s Tiki Room (292 Brunswick Ave, Toronto, ON).

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Official Book Launch – Port Elgin

Mark Your Calendars – the Cold Case Kids are back!

Join local author Doug Archer for the official book launch of Legend of the Phantom Reaper – The Mystery of the Southampton Shipwrecks. This is the second book in the Cold Case Kids Mystery series, the follow up to the hit Ghoul’s Gold – The Mystery of the Chantry Island Treasure.

The launch will take place on Saturday, October 27th from 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
At the Port Elgin Library (708 Goderich St.; Tele 519-832-2201).

Doug will read from his new mystery filled with ghouls, zombies and phantoms!
Books will be available for purchase – autographed and personalized by the author.

Admission is free.