The wait is over for fans of the Matthew Connor Adventure series! The Legend of Gasparilla and His Treasure went live on retailers today! It’s available in ebook, paperback, hardcover, and large print edition.

This book is based on the legendary pirate José Gaspar a.k.a. Gasparilla–the very same one celebrated every year in Tampa, Florida!

If you haven’t yet explored the Matthew Connor Adventure series, now’s the time! Continue reading for an exclusive excerpt from the book.

Click the links below to buy The Legend of Gasparilla and His Treasure in the format you prefer.

e-book
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Audiobook
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Paperback – 4.25 x 7 inches
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Paperback – 5 x 8 inches
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Hardcover – 6.13 x 9.21 inches
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Paperback Large Print Edition – 6 x 9 inches
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Excerpt from The Legend of Gasparilla and His Treasure:

Prologue

“You’re telling me he’s in possession of some diary that contains clues to a vast fortune?” She clucked her tongue and studied the man before her. His name was Roman. He was built like a tank and deadly—just the way she liked her men. But even better, he was loyal and submissive when it came to her. Then again, she owned him.

“That’s right, ma’am. It has clues to some pirate’s treasure or something.”

“Pirate treasure or something?” She slapped him hard across the face, and he stiffened but otherwise didn’t react. “What makes you think I’d be interested?”

“Could be worth tens of millions.” Roman wasn’t meeting her eye, and that was a wise move on his part. She couldn’t tolerate insubordination.

“And you think I need the money?” The question was bait and rhetorical. Of course, she needed the money. She could never have enough. The office they were in was in her Manhattan high-rise, which was one of three such buildings she owned in the United States. She had no qualms admitting that her wealth was based on ill-gotten gains and shady deals in the antiquities market—unless she was talking to law enforcement, of course. But if a girl wanted the finer things in life, she had to be willing to take risks and create her own luck.

“I asked you if you think I need the money,” she repeated with emphasis, circling around him.

“Everyone needs money.” Gaze straight ahead. Back ramrod straight.

She rounded the front of him again, smirked, and put a hand on his cheek that was bright red from her assault. “You’re very right, darling. And I expect you to succeed in securing this diary for me. Do we have an understanding?”

His eyes darted to meet hers briefly. “Yes, ma’am.”

“Very good. Do whatever you have to do. Kill whoever you have to.” With that, she turned and looked out over the city streets below, waving a hand over a shoulder. “You’re dismissed.”

Click the links below to buy The Legend of Gasparilla and His Treasure in the format you prefer.

e-book
Amazon.com | Apple | Barnes & Noble | Kobo | Google Play | Smashwords | Amazon Universal

Audiobook
Coming Soon

Paperback – 4.25 x 7 inches
Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Books-a-Million | Indie Bound | AbeBooks | Book Depository

Paperback – 5 x 8 inches
Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Books-a-Million | Indie Bound | AbeBooks | Book Depository

Hardcover – 6.13 x 9.21 inches
Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Books-a-Million | Indie Bound | AbeBooks | Book Depository

Paperback Large Print Edition – 6 x 9 inches
Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Books-a-Million | Indie Bound | AbeBooks | Book Depository

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