Pavilion Key: Isle of Buried Treasure continues the saga of Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission Officer Hal Noble, who once again finds himself pitted against corrupt individuals--their greedy plans could seriously affect one of the most endangered reptiles on earth, the Kemp's ridley sea
turtle. This time the story takes Hal to Pavilion Key which lies at the leading edge of Florida's Ten Thousand Islands. This island was a favorite stop for Caribbean pirates in the 16th and 17th centuries -- but gold doubloons and precious stones aren't the only treasures buried in its sands. Pavilion Key, like Greg Lewbart's first novel, Ivory Hunters, weaves sharply drawn characters with classic mystery plots while touching on such important and timely topics as natural history, ecology,
and conservation. Mystery lovers, nature buffs and discerning readers of all types will enjoy Lewbart's entertaining and educational adventures.
"Lewbart accomplishes much of this tale in just 200 pages, and the book becomes a page-turner as the
plot develops…most readers will enjoy the journey." -- Claude Starling, The Wilson Daily Times, April 2000
"… a classic page-turner mystery, interlaced with timely themes related to natural history, ecology, and conservation." -- Northeastern University Magazine, September 2000
"My compliments on a very nice book…The story line is nicely intertwined with the real "facts of life." -- Bill Herrman, Wilderness Waterway.com
"… an exciting
book you'll want in your library." -- www.ridleyturtles.org
"… it is a fun, fast read that successfully mixes fiction and natural history. I enjoyed this novel and recommend Dr. Lewbart's first novel, Ivory Hunters, as well." -- Nancy Carpenter, DVM, Journal of Herpetological Medicine and Surgery, Volume 11, No. 2, 2001.