Poseidon's Lair is a culmination of the authors fascination with the Bermuda Triangle, the Sea, Caves, and the Story . With the background help of Charles Berli~, others who expert~ncedBermuda Triangle tragedies, the latest information on travel in the Bahamas, srkeling, plus the familiar and imaginative of the author, Poseidon's Lair was born. It is very fast pace, active, wholesome, enjoyable, laughter filled read with a little to ponder added. The dialogue is easy flow, up-front. Father, Son, and the Girl from the sea find themselves in a turmoil to build new lives. They are caught together on a Bahama Island. Mandy, the girl from the sea, is a storyteller. Her storie~ corne straight from the sea. She brings with her the lives buried there, from the WWII Planes, back to the Greek Slave Ship--those who were swallowed up by the cruel, unrelenting, diabolical Sea. It's a charmer!