The Second Trident Tale

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Jerry has awoken, to find he is now a woman, in all appearance, yet he is aware that his brain is still that of a man, while those around him seek to protect him from the outside world. He/ She is now Geraldine, engaged in lowly tasks in his/her former home, now being used as an unmarried mothers maternity home.
Yet all is not what it seems to be, there is an element of fear, making one almost an introvert to 'toe the company line' yet ...
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Overview

Jerry has awoken, to find he is now a woman, in all appearance, yet he is aware that his brain is still that of a man, while those around him seek to protect him from the outside world. He/ She is now Geraldine, engaged in lowly tasks in his/her former home, now being used as an unmarried mothers maternity home.
Yet all is not what it seems to be, there is an element of fear, making one almost an introvert to 'toe the company line' yet Geraldine senses evil, not only in the rest of the Staff, but the house as well.
Can the intervention of the police in their search for Sister Sterling as well as Jerry, in helping with their inquiries into several cases of murder, help ot hinder?
Why has Geraldine been selected, for what purpose, is it part of a plan the satanic leader has ordered...?
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781453636848
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 7/7/2010
  • Pages: 376
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.78 (d)

Meet the Author

David J Moran lives with his second wife, Christine, in a small rural village on the edge of the West Pennine Moors. Now retired, for he was a Principal Officer with the Prison Service for some thirty years, until the aftermath of a prison riot ended his career.
Thankfully with the support of his wife her children as well as Mandy his daughter from the previous marriage, he was encouraged to start writting proffessionaly, so this is the second book in a trilogy, the third is still being written.
It is noted that in magazine articles as well as other books that have been used as downloads, that his life full of colourful experiences support many of the storylines developed in his writing.
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