The Trident Tale

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Jean Stirling is a low-paid, disillusioned nurse, old before her time, and her only friend is a bottle of vodka. Unexpectedly, her whole life is turned around after the arrival of a new patient on her ward, Jerry, the seriously injured victim of a car crash.

Despite being bedridden, Jerry finds a release for his pent-up frustration through some extraordinary powers which allow him to travel outside his body and wreak a bloody vengeance on all ...

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Overview

Jean Stirling is a low-paid, disillusioned nurse, old before her time, and her only friend is a bottle of vodka. Unexpectedly, her whole life is turned around after the arrival of a new patient on her ward, Jerry, the seriously injured victim of a car crash.

Despite being bedridden, Jerry finds a release for his pent-up frustration through some extraordinary powers which allow him to travel outside his body and wreak a bloody vengeance on all those who thwart him, in particular, his wife and her lover.

He believes he has found a "convert" in Nurse Jean to help him fulfil his ruthless schemes. But is it Jerry who has power over Jean? Or are they both spiders caught in the same web? Don't miss the tale's ominous warnings that foreshadow a chilling and sinister climax.

David J Moran lives with his wife, Christine, in a small rural village on the edge of the West Pennine Moors. Now retired, he was a principal officer of the Prison Service for some thirty years; his colourful experiences support many of the storylines developed in his writing. This is his first book, which is one of a trilogy.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781844016617
  • Publisher: G2 Rights
  • Publication date: 3/22/2006
  • Pages: 224
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.51 (d)

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