Sharks are attacking divers in the Florida Keys. Mike Scott barely survives the first incident. But it doesn’t make sense. These sharks are especially aggressive, attacking in groups and not retreating. It’s almost like someone is controlling them. The discovery that a narco sub full of drugs sank nearby may be the reason, but that doesn’t explain why all the activity is focused around the Christ of the Abyss statue in Key Largo. Is there something else going on? Is it the statue itself? Or is there a larger conspiracy? It’s up to Mike to unravel the mystery before anyone else gets hurt. Or killed. The 3rd Key: Sharks in the Water is the eighth story in the Mike Scott thriller series. Check out a book trailer https://youtu.be/aCeFqzLfYhY Read a Preview now! Early Reviews for The 3rd Key: Sharks in the Water Scuba divers hate it when they read about a character donning their 'flippers', 'goggles' and 'oxygen tank'. And then diving in a way that cannot happen in real life.…
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As the Mike Scott novels have been published (starting in 2004) each book has been a separate entity. Now that there is an entire series, Eric decided the books need a cohesive look to give readers the ability to immediately identify them when they see them online or in a book store. These are prototypes […]
You want to explore the ocean, alongside Mike Scott!
Rosemary E Lunn
Diving Journalist and Scuba Industry Fixer
Mike Scott is the man! Eric Douglas continues to build on a character every adventurous soul wishes they could be…or befriend from a safe distance.
Greg Holt: Scuba Radio
This new Mike Scott Novel (The 3rd Key) is fantastic! I opened it to take a look it and the beginning GRABBED me and took me on a ride!
"Can you dive again after open-heart surgery? Author Eric Douglas tells the true story of his signs and symptoms of heart disease, and his road to recovery." I am working with Scuba Diving Magazine to produce an online series specific to heart disease and diving. We will release a new installment each month covering my recovery process. My goals are A) help others avoid coronary artery disease; B) help anyone facing coronary artery disease know what to expect; C) get myself back in diving … Read more