And Darkness Fell
And Darkness Fell

And Darkness Fell

FICTION

212 Pages, 6 x 9

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Publication Date: March 2013

ISBN 9781495600326

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Overview

It's the undetermined but near future. America's population is plunging, beset by a mysterious plague that robs individuals of their mental faculties before causing catastrophic respiratory failure. One by one, the institutions of society are also failing. Electric power, media, and law enforcement have become nearly nonexistent. Only a small force, of military origin but exhibiting strange behavior and superhuman abilities, seems to be functioning.Amid this dark and disturbing world, former soldier Alan Moss, who remains unaffected by the disease, struggles to survive the roving bands of murderous thugs—of both sexes—who are preying on the dead and dying. As he undertakes a thousand-mile drive from his home in Orlando to his mother's farm in western Pennsylvania, the highways become concrete battlefields that expose him to horrors he had not encountered even during his difficult military service. Along the way he hooks up with Reed McCallum, an ex-schoolteacher and recent victim of a mugging; and Brooke Fields, a nurse who has left the disintegrating medical system at Walter Reed Army Hospital. Together, the trio faces danger at every turn.

Author Biography

David Berardelli was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and grew up in Gibsonia, an agricultural and mining area north of the city. Formerly a jazz musician, he studied music at Duquesne University before being rafted into the U.S. Army. There, he served as a member of the 80th Army Band at Hunter Army Airfield in Savannah, Georgia, and performed in the Third Army Soldier Show at Fort McPherson in Atlanta. He also served as a bugler at nearly two hundred military funerals between 1970 and 1971. He has also been a caricaturist, a nightclub musician, and a data-processing associate. He lives on a thirty-acre horse ranch in southern Mississippi with his wife Linda and their horses and dogs, along with a variety of birds, squirrels, raccoons, coyotes, foxes, and deer. His published novels include The Apprentice, Wagon Driver, Demon Chaser, Demon Chaser II, The Funny Detective, Just a Simple Errand, Stepping Out of My Grave, Escape Clause, Fatal Innocence, Colors, and Working for a Mob Boss.