Robin’s adventure continues in ‘Robin’s Puzzle: A Tale of Adventure and Mystery’
ANTIOCH, Calif. – The three-part tale of Robin of the Green Hood continues with more mystery and adventure as William H.C. Hatteroth III releases its second book, “Robin’s Puzzle: A Tale of Adventure and Mystery” (published by Xlibris).
Part two of the series is an extension of Robin’s life as an entertainer and as a spy for the crown of England.
After the plot to steal England’s secret weapon was stopped, Robin returns home for the first time in many years. However, his visit was cut short when a mysterious box was found by Springfield, Robin’s longtime friend and teacher. This box is among those rare puzzle boxes which must contain something important, something of a great value. Little did he know, the box will lead him on a perilous journey to France.
“Robin’s Puzzle: A Tale of Adventure and Mystery” views a young man who might grow up to become the Robin Hood of legend. Hatteroth invites readers to Robin’s adventure as they are about to enjoy a thrilling read coming from a good story.
“Robin’s Puzzle: A Tale of Adventure and Mystery”
By William H.C. Hatteroth III
Hardcover | 6×9 in | 126 pages | ISBN 9781796053029
Softcover | 6×9 in | 126 pages | ISBN 9781796053012
E-Book | 126 pages | ISBN 9781796053005
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
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