Suzanne Westgate is a mother and lawyer who never let go of her inner pirate. She grew up in a small harbourside town, often kayaking to shelly islands after school. In her early twenties, Suzanne backpacked through South America and Asia, and her adventures—sailing, caving, mountaineering, surfing, diving in the Caribbean with a crew of prisoners on parole, abseiling, skiing down a live volcano (mostly on her bottom), blowing things up with dynamite, and very nearly getting kidnapped—helped inspire the Joneses and the Pirateers.
Suzanne and her family live in Sydney, where they enjoy their own adventures, treasure hunts, dance-offs, booby traps, and pirate-themed birthday parties.
To make it count, all royalties from this book are donated to charities for real lost children - starting with Project Futures - which supports safe houses for trafficked children (and women) in Cambodia and Australia.
The Joneses and the Pirateers: Search for the Phantom Lady
by Suzanne Westgate
After a ruthless pirate captures their father, James, Elizabeth, and Emily find themselves stranded on the enchanted island of Tortuga. The siblings must band together with a motley crew of orphan pirates-in-training to plan a dangerous rescue mission that takes them from shark-infested waters to explosive battles on the high seas.
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