I am particularly proud of James because I have worked with him for many years, initially on his screenplays. But he had this idea for a book that stayed with him and sure enough, he took the leap from screenwriting to prose writing and we are all so lucky he took that leap! A fun, rollicking YA read, Jim Morgan and the King of Thieves is just plain fun. I story edited the follow-up book in the trilogy as well. Here's the book blurb: "Young Jim Morgan loves everything about his life: ignoring his old tutor’s lessons, flaunting his new clothes, terrorizing his servants, and perfecting the fine art of snobbery. But the night his father returns from a mysterious sea voyage with the secret to a vast pirate treasure, Jim's world is thrown upside down."