Amid the sunshine and glamour, Cate faces a deadly dilemma.
When sixteen-year-old Cate receives a frantic call from her boyfriend in Australia, she drops everything to join him. Michel is working in a marine sanctuary that has become inexplicably overrun with hyper-aggressive sharks. Both the animals and humans are in grave danger, but the authorities won't do anything to help. Cate needs all her quick wits, plus the help of her computer geek brother and her glamorous friends to prevent an eco-catastrophe.
Isla Whitcroft has been a journalist for more than twenty years. She went to Fleet Street in 1991 and worked on the Sunday Express and then on Today, before setting up a women's news magazine in Sydney. Isla is now a freelance health specialist and writes for the Daily Mail, Daily Telegraph, Mirror and the Sun. Isla's fast-paced, tense and original debut series for children, THE CATE CARLISLE FILES, begins with TRAPPED, which was published by Piccadilly Press in Summer 2011 and closely followed by DEEP WATER in Autumn 2011. VIPER'S NEST continued the escapades of feisty, spirited Cate Carlisle in 2012. Isla lives in Northamptonshire with her husband and their three sons. Follow her on Twitter: @IslaWhitcroft