Christopher Cartwright

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Christopher Cartwright writes spellbinding mysteries and suspense novels. Often with a backdrop of ocean adventure. Born in 1983, he has a background as a paramedic, and is an avid sailor and SCUBA diver.

He holds degrees in paramedics, nursing and emergency management.

Chris currently lives in Sydney with his wife and two children.

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The Tomb of El Dorado by Christopher Cartwright
" Thanks Justin. There’s plenty more adventures to come in the foreseeable future 😀 "
The Phoenix Sanction by Christopher Cartwright
" I promise the Maria Helena’s replacement will be in the next book - Habitat Zero (out December 10). Thanks for reading :) "
The Ironclad Covenant by Christopher Cartwright
" Hi Sheryl,

I'm glad you're hooked on the series. Sorry you've just had surgery and my books aren't letting you sleep.

My new book (The Phoenix Sanctio
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The Holy Grail by Christopher Cartwright
"the saga continues.

just got my copy of the holy grail 4 hours ago, I have just finished reading this latest instalment of Sam Reilly's adventures. it's now 3.45 in the morning. this is a testament to Christopher Cartwrights brilliance in his writin..." Read more of this review »
Omega Deep by Christopher Cartwright
" Wow! That was quick. Thanks, Pauline. I’ll try my utmost not to keep you waiting long before book 13 comes out. "
Omega Deep by Christopher Cartwright
"hiding in plain sight.

Another excellent adventure with Sam and Tom, couldn't put the book down once I'd started to read it. very naughty of you Christopher to keep us guessing what's coming next. cannot wait for book 13 to find out what Sam has..." Read more of this review »
The Heisenberg Legacy by Christopher Cartwright
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The Ironclad Covenant by Christopher Cartwright
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This is the 10th book in my Sam Reilly series, and I think I've enjoyed writing this one the most out of all my stories so far.

It can be read as a stand alone novel too, so you don't need to have read the other ones to enjoy it :-)
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Rosalyn is on page 75 of 429 of The Atlantis Code
More of Christopher's books…
“about what you found today.” Olsen stopped pouring the warm water into a mug. “What I found today?” Felix carefully studied the man’s eyes. They failed to meet his own, and answered his question immediately. Yes, Albert Olsen”
Christopher Cartwright, Atlantis Stolen

“Please note that I know the hazards. I want to do it. Because I want to try. As men have tried. Women must too. And when they fail, their failure must be of a challenge to others. – Amelia Earhart’s letter to her husband on the eve of her last flight.”
Christopher Cartwright, The Phoenix Sanction

“it’s only worth worrying about those things you have the ability to change, and to forget about those over which you have no control.”
Christopher Cartwright, The Last Airship

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