Egmont Passage: Tale of the Dreamcatcher is the latest novel from Antonino Fabiano. Combine local geography and lore (Tierra Verde and the Bayway Islands) with a captivating tale, a mystery, a ghost, and characters we knew from Fabiano's first novel Egmont Passage: Tale of the Seventh Mystery (available on amazon or for your Kindle) Though there is continuity from the first novel, this one stands on its own.
Zeke, JJ, and Izzy work on the campus television station of Bayway High School (and yes, there are high schools with their own television station and daily broadcasts) and tend to get involved in the news in addition to reporting it.
For Pinellas County locals, this has the interest of an ancient shipwreck with doubloons, familiar ghosts, time travel, history, and even weaves in the current events of annexation and the possibility of a gambling ship for Tierra Verde.
For those in real estate, the plot thickens with attempted takeovers, a missing land deed, and a corrupt politician.
Originally intented to appeal to young people, I found that I couldn't put the book down, so it obviously has wider appeal.
Disclaimer: I know the author, Nino Fabiano, and count him as a friend as well as a client. I don't believe that it colors my opinion on the book, but without knowing Nino I might never have found the book, and that would have been a loss. But then, not knowing Nino would have been an even greater loss. Yo Creo !