New Generation Publishing Launches The Four by Jack Emson

London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) July 18, 2012 -- The Four is a children's fictional thriller about a family trip to Paris which goes drastically wrong and the four children end up on the run. With the help of some extraordinary companions, the children desperately try to escape the ruthless man who is set on capturing them and the priceless item they possess. The story takes you from France; Louvre, the Dordogne, the Eiffel Tower, to London's West End.

The Four is the first book of a series following the four children and the journey they have unwittingly found themselves on.

With the summer holidays coming soon, this is an ideal read for children!

In the sequel The Legacy the level of drama and significance is cranked up even further. Here the four Fielding children are on the run again, called back to an adventure they'd hoped was in the past. Drawn into solving a series of carefully placed clues, they are driven across the mighty chateaux of the Dordogne and peaks of the Swiss Alps en route to an explosive finale. Can they work it all out or even 'remember' what might happen in the not so distant future?

About the Author:

Since retiring from professional cricket in 1993, ex-Glamorgan & Surrey Cricketer, Mark Frost (writing as Jack Emson), has been lucky enough to continue working within Sport ever since. Currently he is working at Sport Wales in Cardiff but still coaches cricket to youngsters at Penarth Cricket Club in South Wales. Married with four children and a full-time job, Mark was still ambitious to do something completely new. In January this year, his debut novel The Four was published with New Generation Publishing. Strangely enough it was inspired by family holiday to Paris...

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About New Generation Publishing

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Press Release Submitted On: July 18, 2012 at 9:07 am
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