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Join Marsha & Danny Jones as they continue to secure the safety of the Sea Empress, now on its way to the Caribbean. Sen. Lyndon Langdon, the choice of the president to fill a coming vacancy on the Supreme Court, is onboard. An expert is on the ship to discuss the history of the Bermuda Triangle. The Sea Empress arrives at St. Thomas to a remarkable discovery.

©2011, 2013 Kenneth C Rossignol (P)2013 Kenneth C Rossignol

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What did you love best about Follow Triangle - Vanish?

I really loved when they stumbled on a mysterious sight in the Bahamas. The characters were fun and interesting and they had great chemistry. The feeling of being a guest on a cruise ship permeated all through the story with the food, shows and trips on shore.

Who was your favorite character and why?

I liked Marsha best. She has a witty response to almost every situation and she did it without being snarky. She takes her ship security job seriously but she also had a nice personality.

What does Joshua Bennington bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

He brought a sense of excitement and happiness to the story. He has a way of flipping from one character to another. He gave it a mid 1900's feeling. I liked that.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Can Danny and Marsha Jones keep you safe while aboard the Sea Empress?

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