A review of Chris Keaton and Rick Taubold's The Mosaic

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Chris Keaton and Rick Taubold's The Mosaic was published in 2016.

Information about Chris Keaton and Rick Taubold:

Chris Keaton is an Air Force veteran living with his family in sunny Arizona. He began his writing journey as a screenwriter, but to reach a wider audience he's made the transition to prose. His main genre of choice is fantasy, from monsters to science fiction. To learn more about his projects check out his website, Chris-Keaton.com.

Rick serves on the board of directors of Silver Pen Writers (www.silverpenwriters.org), and he and his wife publish Fabula Argentea, a quarterly online fiction magazine. His weekly blog is Write Well, Write to Sell (www.writewell.silverpen.org). On his website (www.ricktaubold.com), you can delve into his past and read about his current projects and upcoming books.

Information about The Mosaic:

Twin girls discover a mystical world contained within a crumbling mosaic, and they must restore it before an evil witch seizes its power, even if doing so could tear their family apart.

Secrets. It all started while looking for secret passages. Chloe Tozier’s impulsive twin, Zoe, insisted that all old mansions had them. Grandma denied the existence of any here. Except for the boarded-up service elevator that she conveniently forgot to mention before the girls discovered it, the elevator that didn’t seem to go anywhere. They had been living in this private museum with their grandparents since the death of their parents during an archaeology trip to Egypt.

Mysteries. Why have a museum in a tiny town in the middle of Kansas when what’s on display is nothing unusual? Sometimes packages arrived wrapped in plain brown paper that the girls never saw again. Grandpa disappeared overnight and they haven’t heard from him since. And before going to Egypt their parents had mentioned something about a mysterious mosaic. Maybe Zoe was right about family secrets. Maybe it was time to dig further.



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