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Robert Bresloff - writer of adventure stories for children and adults

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Books by Robert Bresloff:
Leo's Lion
Pirates Alley
Scalawag


Other authors published by 
Strict Publishing International:
Roger Beresford - adults only
Bill - adults only
Alex Binney
John Borrow
Sean Brandywine
Robert Bresloff
Lindsey Brooks
Grendel Butler
Freddie Clegg - adults only
Greg Cline - adults only
Alexandra Cole
Maxwell Crush - adults only
Joe DeMonte
Dr David Edwards
Dr Jane Foxx - adults only
Stella Fyre - adults only
Shiloh Garnett
Gloryboy - adults only
Miles Goodenuff
A D Graham
Eddie Heaton
Dr Harry H Hovis
Mason Jarre - adults only
Miriam Jewell - adults only
Ian Johnstone
Thomas Kennedy
Julieanne Lynch
AP Miller - adults only
David Pearson
Allan T Price
Candace Rice
Guy B Rogers
Ronal Rorcy
John Savage
Alfredo Schulte-Bockholt
Clare Seven - adults only
Al Slippers
Candace Smith
Tanya Snegirova - adults only
Mark Stephens
Susan Strict - adults only
C E Turner
Thomas Weaver - adults only
Mason Wheeler - adults only
Wheldrake - adults only
Fred Williams
Yabba - adults only


 

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Strict Publishing International

Books by Robert Bresloff are available from all good online retailers including Smashwords,  Amazon Kindle, Apple iPad

NEW August 2014

Leo's Lion by Robert Bresloff

To be the nephew of the great artist, anatomist and inventor Leonardo da Vinci might have been very exciting, particularly when young Leo, at the age of just thirteen, was sent to study as his uncle’s apprentice in Florence, Italy. Leo, however, was not altogether happy at having to leave his home and his friends in Venice.

But Leo was heading for more excitement than he could have possibly imagined. His uncle’s latest invention, not yet working properly, was due to be presented to the King of France as part of negotiations to ensure peace. Unfortunately for Leo and his uncle, not everyone wanted peace, and there were those who will go to any lengths to stop them. Leo and his uncle were in danger, and failure could have disastrous consequences for both of them and for Italy.

 

NEW November 2013

Pirates Alley by Robert Bresloff

An adventure story of Chinese pirates, magicians, ghosts and treasure ships.

Chen grew up in Annam, but it was soldiers of the Chinese Emperor of the Dragon Throne who laid waste to his village and tortured and killed everyone. Chen, just twelve years old, escaped with the help of a mysterious old man. After many days march with the old man, he finds himself on a Chinese Treasure Ship, and it is then that the real adventure begins.

But the old man has already revealed that he is a magician, and there is something very strange about Chen that the boy had never known and could not have possibly imagined. His skills may be unique, and without him the Chinese ships might not survive the pirates or come close to completing their mission halfway round the world…

Then, hundreds of years later, another boy finds an ancient knife on a beach after days of searching because, somehow, he knew it was there. As if that was not enough, he and his friends are then plunged into a modern-day adventure of pirates, thieves, ghosts, and buried treasure.


NEW
October 2013

Scalawag by Robert Bresloff


"Scalawag" is a swashbuckling coming-of-age adventure set in a world of pirates and ghosts of the 17th century.

Henry Downs was only thirteen when he was kidnapped and sold into slavery to the notorious pirate, Captain Black. Henry becomes cabin boy on the pirate ship The Swan, with little hope of ever seeing his home again. Even so, he sets about learning everything he can about the ship and about sailing on the high seas, in the hope his knowledge will one day enable him to make his escape. Unbeknown to the other members of the crew of The Swan, the ship is haunted by its former pirate Captain, Mad Dog Jamison. Soon, Henry becomes aware of the ghost, but Mad Dog is not the only ghost on that ship and Henry could not have imagined in his wildest dreams (or nightmares) what would happen after sailors from Spanish galleons capture all but one of The Swan's pirate crew.

Recommended for readers from eight years to adult.

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