When DEEDEE HALPERIN, a reporter for the Cincinnati Journal-Tribune, receives a mysterious text message, she follows confusing story leads that will either make her career or get her fired. The maze of clues forces her to explore the history of other people's lives as well as her own, while also probing the future in the person of Garrett Basford, a research librarian. Where the search ends and what DeeDee learns during the journey will astonish her, and readers as well. PEGAGUS DOWN has intimations of The Da Vinci Code, with a bit of Agatha Christie thrown in for good measure. It's mystery, suspense, history and romance-with more than a few twists and turns. An exciting, intriguing read!
- Paperback | 244 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 13.97mm | 430.91g
- 03 Jul 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white
About Arlon K Stubbe
Arlon K. Stubbe has always loved writing, both the works of others and his own creations-6 novels, 3 non-fiction books, 41 years of sermons, op-ed pieces for two newspapers, poems, short stories, articles on HubPages.com under the 'hubber' name of Bear Tales . . . and whatever may come next, as he continues to pursue creative urges. STUBBE and his wife Jozette spend a good portion of each year at home in Florida and the remaining months at their Pennsylvania house, or traveling to be with family and friends.