The Noah Winter Adventure Series

Fans of the Alex Rider spy series will love this novel, the first in the Noah Winter adventure series!

The Emerald Quest

A long-lost emerald, a missing treasure map, and a wealthy villain combine for an action-adventure seriespacked adventure!

Thirteen-year-old Noah Winter, the son of sea-exploring treasure hunters, dives the San Isabel shipwreck with his parents in search of a mysterious treasure map lost in the murky depths off the Florida Keys over a century ago. The map reveals the hiding place of the priceless De La Rosa emerald. But before the Winters can find the map, a wealthy treasure-hunting rival kidnaps Noah’s parents. Now Noah must match wits with a dangerous adversary, not only to discover the treasure map first, but to rescue his mom and dad before it’s too late.

Ebook available at Amazon.

Paperback available soon.


Who doesn’t love treasure hunting?  Noah is an intelligent and mature kid who has a great relationship with his parents.  There is enough action to keep most reluctant readers entertained.  The bad guys truly are bad.  Noah has to make some tough decisions and he doesn’t always make the right one, but he learns from his mistakes and manages to help solve a mystery and save his parents.  I think teachers and parents will be pleased with how well written the story is and kids will enjoy the quick pacing

Sharon Stogner, I Smell Sheep reviews


We are drawn into the mystery and intrigue of this story from the first page, as Noah helps to solve the riddle of the location of the emerald, and is involved with kidnapping, great escapes and pirates along the way.

This is an amazing, fast-paced, and action packed adventure story for all ages that is sure to entertain.  I can’t wait for Noah’s next adventure.

Pinky Pollack, Amazon reviewer

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