SCOURGE by Charley Pearson
“Imaginative and full of action...continually shifting the quirky plot into places that are both surprising and fantastical.”
“If you love a great paced medical thriller, this is a must read!”
—Jubilee Book Reviews
“Charley has that rare ability to infuse copious amounts of humor laced through a story that is anything but funny...his writing style is rich in colorful language...A completely engrossing and entertaining novel...Charley Pearson is one very fine wordsmith/artist/poet.”
—San Francisco Review of Books
Desperate researchers hide from authorities and resort to unethical means to fight a plague. Because it's about saving lives, even if that puts them among the biggest villains in history.
Charley Pearson retired after a career with the U.S. Navy, at the headquarters of the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program, primarily overseeing chemical and radiological environmental remediation after the end of the Cold War, releasing closing facilities for unrestricted future use with EPA and state agreement. He apparently used up his left brain in the process, so now he's on to the right side, writing humor, thriller, historical, and fantasy type stuff.