Award-winning author Matt Drabble puts a different spin on an old legend with his monstrous novel (almost 500 pages) The Cure. The story features a likable lead facing her own mortality and an interesting cast, and the plot provides some grisly scenes and much food for thought. Police inspector Alison Raines hasn’t much time left. She’s built a career, but with her health failing, she decides to close out some of the cold cases that bother her. However, something strange is afoot, beginning with a drunk and disorderly. As her oncology medicines make her question what she’s experiencing, she and her partner and the medical examiner find themselves with more questions than the modern mind could answer. Written from multiple viewpoints, The Cure ends with a conclusion that leaves the potential for a sequel.
Kerry E.B. Black
Kerry E.B. Black loves words and entices them to create tales both fanciful and true. Haling from a small town situated along a fog enshrouded river outside of the City of Steel and Bridges in Pennsylvania, USA, Kerry incorporates Yankee sensibilities and a strong work ethic into every project. Some of Kerry's works have crept into anthologies and literary sites, and she writes for www.oneyearofletters.com, www.Halloweenforevermore.com and www.GamesOmniverse.com . She’s also a first reader for Postcard Poems and Prose. Kerry welcomes you to follow her on other social media sites as well, including: https://twitter.com/BlackKerryblick http://www.amazon.com/Kerry-E.B.-Black www.facebook.com/authorKerryE.B.Black