If you’re a fan of dark thrillers, verging on horror, then check out Simon Stubbs’ latest book ‘Jackson Hope’…
On October 28th 1890 the great wall of the Barsdon Dam gave way, and the Eagle Star reservoir buried the small Arizona town of Jackson Hope under forty feet of water.
Men, women and children perished in the devastating flood, nobody survived.
For over a hundred years the town lay forgotten at the bottom of a vast lake, but it has been a particularly harsh summer in Arizona, and the town is starting to emerge.
Experts will come and survey the land, hoping to prospect for a bright and lucrative new project, but they will get more than they bargained for.
Bit by bit they will uncover the truth behind the disaster which wiped a small farming community off the map, and as they do they will learn with devastating consequences that some secrets should have stayed buried forever.
Simon Andrew Stubbs was born in Bradford, England in February 1976. He is married to Victoria and has two children, Ethan and Joseph. He writes dark thrillers sometimes venturing into horror and his first novel ‘Envy’ was published in 2006.
More info about Simon and his work is on his Amazon Author Page.
Connect with Simon on Twitter @simonastubbs
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Simon is available for interview and guest blogging via Kris Barnes of Authoramp