Truth, Lies or de'J'a Vu!

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Another intriguing novel of suspense in David J Moran's usual eclectic style. The Hero of the tale, is a young man, Richard Peaceman who embarks on a mission to discover his family ancestry and verify mysterious stores that have been handed down through the family with the implications of a possible mis-appropriation of the family inheritance.
Bored in his career as a Civil Servant, and armed with the family Bible he travels to Cheshire to unravel clues leading to the discovery ...
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Overview

Another intriguing novel of suspense in David J Moran's usual eclectic style. The Hero of the tale, is a young man, Richard Peaceman who embarks on a mission to discover his family ancestry and verify mysterious stores that have been handed down through the family with the implications of a possible mis-appropriation of the family inheritance.
Bored in his career as a Civil Servant, and armed with the family Bible he travels to Cheshire to unravel clues leading to the discovery of an ancestral Manor home, now lying vandalised, yet still with the suggestion of hidden treasure. It is not long before he discovers he is not alone in the search and finds himself in life threatening situations.
In his quest for evidence Richard suddenly finds himself transported back to the eighteenth century, where he encounters an enemy hell bent on securing the property, lands and finding the treasure for himself. Richard's survival depends on him being able to deal with the harsh living conditions of the times and self preservation as he endevours to solve various strange clues he comes across.
This unusual tale of mystery, romance, violence, and murder leaves the reader bemused as to its eventual outcome, as intimated in the title.
I am of the opinion this is his best work yet!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781468196894
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/28/2012
  • Pages: 710
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.42 (d)

Meet the Author

David J Moran lives with his wife, Christine, in a small rural village on the edge of the West Pennine Moors, Now retired from the Prison Service, after some thirty years of service, at the rank of Principal Officer.
His colourful experiences support many of the storylines he has developed in his writing, his first book of a trio, has now published the second part, the third part is due at the end of the year, while awaiting researched items he has written and published three more books.
This one I am of the opinion that this one is his best yet!
Should you wish to contact the author...www.davidjmoran.co.uk
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