Troubador Maddy's Dolphin

Released: 28/07/2014

eISBN: 9781783065615

Format: eBook

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Maddy's Dolphin


When Maddy and her brother CJ arrive at Loutraki Bay for their annual summer break, they are looking forward to long days waterskiing with their dad and most of all, swimming with Indigo, the local dolphin. But Indigo is no ordinary dolphin: he is able to speak to certain humans, and has been with Maddy ever since saving her from drowning when she was a toddler. And this time, he has an urgent message to tell her: the dolphins are under threat from a mysterious underwater noise that interferes with their sonar, causing them to lose their way at sea. Maddy and CJ soon discover that the source of the noise is the American submarines, which have come to Greece to prevent attacks on the NATO summit in Athens. When the US President and his daughter arrive in Loutraki, Maddy and CJ see their chance to alert him to the dolphins' plight; but persuading him to call off the submarines will take a very risky plan...

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Imogen Tovey

I grew up in the forest of Dean, leaving home at just 16 to live in London. I went to the London college of fashion. Having gained a qualification in tailoring I became a police officer, not a natural progression but a challenge I have enjoyed and worked hard at since. I am dyslexic which has made life difficult for me at times; in school at work and writing my books.

My love of Dolphins started when I was 22 and went on holiday to the Bahamas, since then I have traveled far and wide to swim and learn about these amazing creatures. I started wondering why at so many locations around the world and throughout history there were dolphins, who decided to live solitary lives seeking out interactions with humans instead of living with their own in pods.

Read the books; Maddy's Dolphin and Atlantis Star, it could be the explanation.

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