After a heart-wrenching break-up from his girlfriend, Andy Rawlins' life is altered in a series of ways. First, he wins the lottery, allowing him the chance to spend his time leisurely at his new home in Lincolnshire. Secondly, he happens to discover a sunken plane at the bottom of the lake on his property. After a successful dive, he collects an unusual console, something unlike anything he'd ever seen before, something extraordinary for a WWII fighter aircraft. In the bleak danger of the 1940s, several men plot around and against each other. A top-level SS Officer seeks to obtain a strange 'weapon' from an enigmatic associate. Unable to remain in their agreement with the Nazis, the unusual men in charge of the otherworldly ammunition attempt to salvage their own mission. Meanwhile, one lone plane with the strange weapon on board is hit and lands in an English countryside lake, hiding a puzzle piece to the power of the Divinity Crystal. Sixty-eight years later, the mystery is opened once again as Rawlins struggles with the weight of what to do with such power.
|Publisher:||Austin-Macauley Publishers Ltd|
|Product dimensions:||5.06(w) x 7.81(h) x 0.69(d)|
About the Author
BORN IN BIRMINGHAM IN 1953, PETER HAIGH GREW UP IN HOLLYWOOD WORCESTERSHIRE. ON FAILING RAF AIRCREW SELECTION, HE EMBARKED ON A LONG CAREER IN CIVIL ENGINEERING, PREDOMINANTLY IN THE RAILWAY INDUSTRY. HE HAS A KEEN INTEREST IN AIRCRAFT AND SPORTS CARS AND HAS TRAVELLED WIDELY. NOW RETIRED, PETER LIVES WITH HIS WIFE ANGELA IN DEVON.