Dr. Greg Little “This work is touted as a ‘fictional’ account of underwater and other secret places in specific areas of the CaribbeanEditorial Reviews
Dr. Greg Little “This work is touted as a ‘fictional’ account of underwater and other secret places in specific areas of the Caribbean (Andros and the Bahamas) but it is based on a variety of real places and actual events. It is an exciting read for anyone interested in the strange events that have and are taking place in the Bermuda Triangle.” ...more
Exotic places around the world, international terrorists, alien encounters – When Frank Morton cashed a winning lottery ticket in Salem, Oregon back iExotic places around the world, international terrorists, alien encounters – When Frank Morton cashed a winning lottery ticket in Salem, Oregon back in 2001, no one could have imagined the chain of events that would follow! Beginning with R.J. Archer’s TRACTRIX from his Seeds of Civilization series and concluding with his new Parallel Ops series climax, The TEACHERS (due out next summer)— Seven novels accelerate to a spectacular finish on December 21, 2012. Time is running out—are you ready?
NOTE: Little is known about the actual discovery of “MEGA”—a city submerged in more than 2,000 feet of water off the Western tip of Cuba. While secrecNOTE: Little is known about the actual discovery of “MEGA”—a city submerged in more than 2,000 feet of water off the Western tip of Cuba. While secrecy still clouds the real site, Triangle takes readers on a fictional tour of the underwater ruins and reveals some amazing connections to both the island of Cuba and the mysteries of the Bahamas.
BOOK THREE OF THE SERIES As with the first two books in this series, the storyline of Triangle is drawn from a real, unexplained archaeological mystery. The ruins off the coast of Cuba were first reported in July, 2000, and underwater archaeological research in the Bahamas may soon change the history of human civilizations. By the time you finish this book, it may have to be classified as fact rather than fiction! _____________________________
“From the thrill and danger of deep-water dives and cloak- and-dagger escapades of secret intelligence machinations to the potentially deadly consequences of interaction with alien artifacts and the mysteries of the Bermuda Triangle, Triangle packs quite a punch and never slows down until the final word on the last page.” Daniel Jolley, Amazon Top 50 Reviewer
“The long anticipated sequel to Tractrix is finally here, and once again, R.J. Archer lays a foundation of rich detail that subtly builds into a runaw“The long anticipated sequel to Tractrix is finally here, and once again, R.J. Archer lays a foundation of rich detail that subtly builds into a runaway train of action, treachery and discovery. Tractrix offered a glimpse at a vision of history ignored by contemporary scholars; Tsubute rips down the curtain and sets it on fire.” Sean Ellis, Author of Magic Mirror and The Clive Cussler Code
“Settle in and fasten your seat belt. You’re about to take off on an adventure of action and international intrigue. Your host, R.J. Archer, will be your diving guide and your local expert on Japanese culture. His pulse-pounding plot suggests an island’s incredible secret. Most amazing of all, this tale is based on a real island and stunning recent archaeological findings.” Richard Jones, Feature writer for El Hispanic News, Portland, OR
“R.J. Archer has penned another fast paced, well written, and researched novel… With this second installment of the Seeds of Civilization Series, R.J. Archer has established himself as a master storyteller.” Yellow30 Sci-Fi, FootNotes Reviewer, 5/16/2007...more
"A Lot of Fun: In the tradition Indiana Jones and the X-files, Archer takes us on a grand adventure exploring Mayan ruins and ‘Area 51.’. . . Overall t"A Lot of Fun: In the tradition Indiana Jones and the X-files, Archer takes us on a grand adventure exploring Mayan ruins and ‘Area 51.’. . . Overall this is a great first novel. This book is a fun, quick read and suitable for most ages." William Black, Amazon reviewer
“What would you do if you won an $86 million lottery jackpot? In Archer’s... novel, his lead character, a Seattle aerospace engineer, chooses to explore the unexplained.” PSU Magazine, Off the Shelf, Fall 2004
“Indiana Jones meets Chariots of the Gods!” scifidimensions.com Honorable Mention 2002 Hugo (Best Web Site)
“Fasten your seatbelts for an engaging joyride through a labyrinth of riddles involving the ancient Maya, a U.S. military installation in the Nevada desert, and alien explorers from centuries past. Tractrix is a fast-paced yarn, based on intriguing historical perspective, and it’s sure to keep you guessing... right up until its surprising conclusion.” Al Lohner, Portland writer and author of Avalon
“Many people don’t look to the small independent presses for authors to try. This is perhaps one of the biggest losses to the reader as there are some hidden gems awaiting discovery, using Tractrix as an example... R.J. Archer, I believe is one of the authors to watch and I eagerly await the further exploits of the NWIDI adventurers.” Gareth Wilson, Book Reviewer, Falcata Times, The Sci-Fi Fantasy Site
"Tractrix is a superb sci-fi novel complete with mystery, suspense, and adventure... A delightful cross between Indiana Jones and the X-Files, this book definitely gets my recommendation." Libby, partner, AuthorExposure.com