About The Curse of Sea Shell Cave :
A couple of years ago I was toying with the idea of a book about PIs or Private Investigators and how I could make them interesting enough for children to read.
I thought that the detectives could be children or Junior Detectives. Then I thought I could call them Junior Private Eyes, which then led to a very lengthy title, 'JPIs aka Jay-Pea-Eyes aka Junior Private Investigators'. In the final title I dropped the JPIs part and so the Jay-Pea-Eyes aka Junior Private Investigators were born.
I wanted to do a story based around shipwrecks, lost treasure and smugglers who used to thrive in small towns and villages around the UK coast. It was fascinating researching the project and I was able to find some great facts that I later included in the rear of the book for children to read.
The Curse of Sea Shell Cave is available in
paperback and various e-book formats:
Apple iBook | Barnes & Noble | Amazon US
Amazon UK | Smashwords | Feedaread.com
General-ebooks.com | Foyles.co.uk
John Priest is a children's author living with his family in the West Midlands, UK.
You can contact him via: www.johnpriest.co.uk