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What does a shipwreck gold doubloon have to do with the murder of a seemingly ordinary insurance salesman? Famous treasure hunter, Captain Finn, with his sidekick, Phillida Jane Trent, find themselves in danger as they search for answers. It's not unexpected that a gold doubloon would be found in the waters off the east coast of Florida. After all, a whole fleet of Spanish galleons wrecked there in 1715, with cargoes of gold, silver and jewels. What is surprising, is the way in which the coin is found. The local police turn to Finn for his expertise and, before you know it, he and Finn are in the thick of the investigation, and in danger. This is the third in the Captain Finn Treasure series. Each book is a complete story.
"Well, Watson, it's as well we have not to turn out to-night," said Holmes, laying aside his lens and rolling up the palimpsest. "I've done enough for one sitting. It is trying work for the eyes. So far as I can make out, it is nothing more exciting than an Abbey's accounts dating from the second half of the fifteenth century. Halloa! halloa! halloa! What's this?" Amid the droning of the wind there had come the stamping of a horse's hoofs, and the long grind of a wheel as it rasped against the curb. The cab which I had seen had pulled up at our door.
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