Harry Heron: Into the Unknown – Patrick G. Cox

Harry Heron Into the Unknown by Patrick G. CoxA freak accident on board the HMS Spartan during a sea battle with the French navy in 1804 catapults Midshipman Harry Heron and his shipmates Ferghal O’Connor and Danny Gunn four hundred years into the future, landing them on the NECS Vanguard, flagship of the World Treaty Organisation Fleet. While Captain Blackwood and Major Heron sort out the mystery and determine whether the young men are alive or dead, Harry and his friends are faced with the challenge of learning new roles aboard a spaceship. Just as they have found their footing, they are called upon to assist the Fleet in a rescue mission on the planet Pangaea, giving them the opportunity to prove that their unique skills from the past are still very relevant in the far distant future.

Author bio:
Born in Cape Town and educated at Selborne College in East London, South Africa, Patrick G. Cox is a published technical author and lecturer, and a retired firefighter after thirty-six years of soot, heat, blood, sweat, and laughter. He is a Licensed Minister in the Church of England and has three adult children of whom he is enormously proud. Cox is the author of A Baltic Affair, Limehouse Boys, and Harry Heron: Midshipman’s Journey, the first book in the Harry Heron series, a collection of books centered on a trio of shipmates plucked from the HMS Spartan during the Napoleonic Wars and thrust into an unknown future.