In the 1980's, massive unemployment spread throughout the west coast of the United States. With little work available, Jack Morgan and Carl Webb embark on a fateful journey to find and claim lost treasure off the California coast. Morgan, a noble and wise man who marches to the beat of his own drummer, is highly skilled and efficient in all of his endeavors. Webb, also highly efficient, is an honest and fair mechanical engineer who can become quite a formidable adversary when necessary
Together these men set out to explore the shipwrecks surrounding the Channel Islands. Here a dangerous reef has claimed many a ship since the Europeans first came to the new world. Surely there is plenty of treasure for the taking. Once arrived however, Morgan and Webb discover that their plan will not be as easy to carry out as they had hoped. Will they find the treasure they so desperately seek and survive such a perilous undertaking? ----
About the Author
Author, William H. White spent most of his life in rural California but he currently enjoys his retirement in New Mexico, treasure hunting and giving tours of the Caballo Mountains. The Treasure of San Miguel Island was inspired by a trip to the Channel Islands off the coast of California when he was fifteen. He has published various treasure hunting books including Tales of the Caballos in 2003. Another book, Reflections, contains a series of noteworthy experiences but is not an autobiography.