Monday 18 April 2011

Guardians Of The Hidden Scepter by Frank Cole

Hello faithful readers of! I'm excited to be here with the opportunity to tell you about my Middle Grade novel, The Guardians of the Hidden Scepter. This is my fourth published novel and first in a brand new series. I've always had a love for middle grade fiction and I wanted to share what I believe is an exciting, action-filled story with an Indiana Jones/Goonies-type feel. I hope you enjoy it!

Fourteen-year-old Amber Rawson has a passion for archaeology, with a particular talent for deciphering ancient codes.

So when Dorothy Holcomb, Amber’s beloved archaeology instructor, is kidnapped by a shadowy organization called The Architects, Amber is determined to unravel the mystery. With the help of her sarcastic friend, Trendon, and a slew of other strange clues and peculiar characters, Amber embarks on the hunt for the Tebah Stick; a Biblical artifact capable of global destruction.

The Guardians of the Hidden Scepter is guaranteed to keep you glued to the pages as you try to convince yourself to read just one more chapter before you call it a night.

I love to hear from readers so let me know what you think!

Guardians of the Hidden Scepter by Frank Cole

About Guardians of the Hidden Scepter:
Amber never dreamed her archaeology class would turn into a top secret mission that would take her across the globe, but when her teacher goes missing, Amber realizes it's up to her to protect the Hidden Scepter or risk unleashing an ancient power too terrifying to imagine. This guaranteed page-turner from the bestselling author of the Hashbrown Winters series is perfect for the adventurer in your family.
Source: Info in the About Guardians of the Hidden Scepter was taken from GoodReads at on 12/04/2011.


  1. Oh what fun. I would have loved this concept as a girl :)

  2. I love this book! It's such a fun and exciting adventure. And the characters are hilarious. Love it.


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