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henry holt and co byr • july 2017 juvenile fiction action adventure patrick samphire illustrations by jeremy holmes the emperor of mars in book 2 of the secrets of the dragon tomb series edward and his family of misfits are back for new adventures on british mars—this time with an even more menacing enemy july henry holt and co byr juvenile fiction action adventure on sale 7/18/2017 ages 10 to 14 hardcover 352 pages 8.3 in h 5.5 in w carton quantity 20 a missing martian a sinister plot a napoleonic spy if edward thought life was going to be easy in lunae city he was very very wrong the moment he intercepts a thief escaping from lady harleston’s town house he is caught in a terrible scheme that threatens all of mars soon he’s fighting off vicious sea serpents battling a small army of heavily armored thugs and trying to unpick an impossible mystery edward doesn’t know whom he can trust will he make the right choice or will his family—and his entire planet—fall victim to the treacherous emperor of mars isbn 9780805099089 $16.99 $23.99 can also available a christy ottaviano book patrick samphire is the author of secrets of the dragon tomb and grew up in england and zambia he holds a phd in physics from the university of essex and attended the clarion writers workshop in seattle he lives in wales with his family patricksamphire.com secrets of the dragon tomb 9781250104151 $7.99 11.50 can secrets of the dragon tomb 9780805099065 $16.99 19.50 can jeremy holmes is the creative mind behind mutt ink a graphic design studio and the illustrator of many children s books he lives in pennsylvania jeremyholmesstudio.com praise for the secrets of the dragon tomb abundant humor intricate worldbuilding details and precisely timed slapstick and mayhem mesh as neatly as the gears and levers of the water abacus producing a gorgeously articulated clockwork of a novel —publishers weekly starred review engaging characters and an action-packed plot are bolstered by some meaningful observations on martian colonialism this will appeal to fans of zany 173