From the thrill and danger of deep-water dives and cloak-and-dagger escapades of secret intelligence machinations to the potentially deadly consequences of interaction with alien artifacts and the mysteries of the Bermuda Triangle, Triangle packs quite a punch and never slows down until the final word on the last page.
-- Daniel Jolley, Amazon Top 50 Reviewer
Take a little of Graham Hancock's theories on Earth's ancient civilizations, mix in some Clive Cussler-type adventure and action, put on your scuba gear and grab your archaeological text books. Let me see...that's one part action, one part speculative fiction, one part underwater adventure, one part... aw, heck, don't classify it. Just read Triangle, the third and concluding novel in R. J. Archer's Seeds of Civilization series. -- Larry Ketchersid, author of Dusk Before the Dawn
As a result of their incredible--but unintentional--discoveries in Mexico and Japan, the NWIDI team has become an unofficial resource for certain government agencies. A call from "the highest levels" sends them back to Mexico to investigate the nature and origin of sunken megalithic structures discovered just off the western tip of Cuba. More than 2,100 feet below the surface, the site gives up secrets from the ancient past as well as the days of the Cold War but the team's exploration is cut short by a Cuban gunboat. Following a mysterious underwater anomaly, the team soon finds itself in the Bahamas, well inside the boundaries of the infamous Bermuda Triangle and surrounded by a growing body of evidence which suggests that an alien interference with Earth's civilizations might not be limited to the past. In this startling conclusion to the Seeds of Civilization series, one of the NWIDI team members embarks on a quest for the truth that could affect the future of all mankind.