Publication Day : 7th March 2019
Page Count : 271 pages
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1965, Jericho: Archaeologists Karen and George Milburn make a discovery that could threaten everything the world has come to believe: an eye-witness account of a biblical event, with a prophecy for the future.
2002, Cambridge: their son, a computer science lecturer, is living an ordinary life with his wife and twin daughters… until the dreams start.
After reading his deceased parents’ journals, Milburn embarks on a dangerous journey of discovery. As his destiny unfolds he realises that the prophecy directly involves his family, and he vows to do whatever it takes to protect them.
A foretold eclipse reveals a stark warning for mankind, and the twins learn they have been given unusual powers… but they must learn how to use them, if they are to win the desperate and unequal fight to save their world.
Clarke Nixon is author duo Shelley Clarke and Terri Nixon, who first met while working together in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Plymouth. They quickly became friends, and when Shelley had an idea for a story, Terri, already an established author, helped her to shape it into a novel and get it into print. Not only were they compatible colleagues, but they discovered they were a great writing team too.
Shelley Clarke was born into a naval family in Kent in 1958, and consequently moved house a lot as a child. She had ambitions to follow in her father’s footsteps and join the Royal Navy, and to become a carpenter, but these were not female occupations at that time. So she learned to type… which has come in jolly handy for putting her stories first onto paper, and now onto screen.
Shelley is a keen painter, poet, and karaoke enthusiast; she loves mad family get-togethers, hates olives, ironing and gardening, and currently lives in Devon with her husband Kev, and their two Tibetan Terriers Nena and Pepi, who make them smile every day.
Shelley often forgets she is a grown-up.
Terri Nixon was born in Devon, but grew up on the edge of Bodmin Moor, Cornwall, where she discovered a love of writing that has stayed with her ever since.
She also discovered apple-scrumping, and how to jump out of a hayloft without breaking any bones, but no-one’s ever offered to pay her for doing those.
Terri writes family sagas for Little, Brown, and thrillers for Hobeck Books, under R.D. Nixon. She has also written horror, as T Nixon, and contributed to several multi-author anthologies using a number of variations on her name/s. She might be forgiven for not knowing who she is on any given day.
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