Troubador Peak Plague Mystery

Released: 28/03/2020

ISBN: 9781838594596

eISBN: 9781838598389

Format: Paperback/eBook

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Peak Plague Mystery

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From the sixth century plague of Justinian, to the nineteenth century third pandemic, bacterial infection throughout the centuries has caused a huge loss of the population of Europe and beyond. This is a new tale of the discovery of a killer bacterial disease, one which is immune to antibiotics.

An innocent girl discovers a secret, but there’s one that’s bigger than she knows, a secret that causes her to lose her life. After her death, portrayed by the authorities as a tragic accident at a North Derbyshire school, Adam Brant his twin sister Chloe and two close friends Adele and Jonathan are witnesses to a second horrific incident.

Adam becomes obsessed and is driven by his inquisitive nature on a quest for knowledge and truth, one that will satisfy him and put to rest the spirit that is said to haunt this particular community. But what will he learn along the way – and will he wish he’d never set foot on this path?

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Simon Fearn

I am 55 years of age and have spent my entire carrier in the construction industry, working on a whole range of schemes from schools, offices, factories to retail developments.

I've always enjoyed writing and over a period of some years I had an idea in my mind, I made notes which amounted to some 20,000 words initially. To help improve my skills I joined a local writing group in Belper, 'White Peak Writers'.

Sadly I lost my wife to Cancer, then two years later I was made redundant from a job I loved. I decided to take some time out and spend quality time with my youngest daughter who was 13 at this point. I sat down to create the story that I'd thought about with my notes for what turned out to be nearly a year, a year I loved.

Hope you enjoy the read, fiction, but the science is real.


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