"One of the major horror authors of the 21st Century." - America Library Association
Weston Ochse returns with an action-packed, high-octane solo adventure for Preacher's Daughter, and the world will never be the same again.
When a town in South Dakota USA disappears only a drunk, an old Indian, and a truck driver notice. Investigators decide all three of them are crazy. Only they aren’t, and they all swear that there was a town there that no one remembers.
Then the same thing happens in England. A town is gone but no one in the entire country will even acknowledge that it ever existed. Only one old bishop tries to impress on his local MP that he has missing constituents, and a member of the Black Dragoons — a clandestine military unit dedicated to protecting the country from supernatural threats — investigates.
Soon, the Black Dragoons and Special Unit 77 — their American counterparts — are working together to figure out what is exactly happening.
Preacher’s Daughter is on the case, and she won't stop until she finds some answers. England Will never be the same again.
Weston Ochse is the award-winning author of more than twenty novels, including the groundbreaking Task Force OMBRA series for Solaris. A military veteran with over thirty years of service who began writing professionally in 1997, Wes has seen his work published in magazines, comics and anthologies. He lives in the Arizona desert, a stone’s throw away from Mexico.
He has won the Bram Stoker Award for Best First Novel and been nominated for the Pushcart Prize for his short fiction.