Salby Damned by Ian D. Moore

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Salby Damned by Ian D. Moore

Book Description

A small rural town in a ruthless fight between The Shale Gas Fracking Corporation and The Residents Association sees the multi billion pound energy company drilling beneath the town with catastrophic results. A freelance reporter teams up with a mysterious council leader in a fight to save humanity against one of science’s most fearsome and deadly creations. They must race to find a cure whilst battling against hordes of flesh eating zombies intent on one thing and one thing only………..KILLING!
A gripping tale of intrigue, thriller and suspense combined with bribery, corruption and money beyond imagination culminating in a twist to an end you won’t see coming. For anyone loving zombie horror stories but who needs a little bit more of a story than just how many ways to kill the undead, this is for you, the plots, twists, romances and storyline will keep you reading to find out what happens next as well as giving your mind a good work out, culminating in a final chapter that will leave you wanting more. There are graphic scenes of violence included in this book and some mildly explicit love scenes though mostly by implication rather than description so suitable for ages 12yrs and upwards.
This book should take you from your surroundings and place you behind the rifle scope or in the meeting rooms or even flying high over the country in a helicopter…………I hope, as the author, that it does just that.

About the Author Ian D. Moore

My first novel, created originally using a Samsung Galaxy S4 while at my full time work as a HGV driver for a televised haulage firm. Written primarily in my breaks or waiting to load and unload, the story was originally a request by my younger sister and posted to Facebook in realtime as I wrote. When it finally got to be too big, I decided to attempt to turn it into my first ever published book, this is the result. From the first words to completion and publishing has taken ten weeks and I have more stories planned for the future. In the past I have also written poems for people and events and find that the writing allows me to drift from this world to wherever I choose to create another. It has been a lot of fun, and a learning curve to write, based on people I have known throughout my life with some factual content although I am not medically qualified in any way. I did however, serve in the army for a short time though and have tried to write in the essence of that experience in the relevant scenes.I hope that you will find the book gripping, that it makes you shiver from time to time and that it takes you from wherever you may be reading into the world created on the pages but most of all, I hope that you enjoy it.
 

 

 

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