by Steve Damon
A photograph of a stone emitting an eerie light; a missing brother he hasn?t seen in five years; and the knowledge that RAF Intelligence is involved compels Kent Williams to give up his London holiday and with his family race to the West Country, where he hopes to pick up Edward?s trail.
Their search becomes entwined in a web of suspense when he learns that his brother?s archaeological pursuits include researching the ancient ley line system in relationship to UFO phenomena. The dark shadow of violence threatens them when their rooms are ransacked and photos and information concerning Edward are stolen.
The focus of their search is dominated by the town of Glastonbury. From the Ancient Avalon to the tip of Cornwall, their pursuit is entangled with psychics, RAF Intelligence agents, and a villainous gang bent on finding the missing archaeologist. Kent and his daughter Dianne discover their own latent psychic abilities and experience a series of bizarre and alien encounters before reaching a shocking conclusion.
About the Author
Steve Damon graduated from Los Angeles State College University, majoring in History with additional postgraduate courses in Literature. He has served in the United States Air Force and has worked as a high school teacher in the fields of both English and Drama. He is an associate member of the Mystery Writers of America. He is the author of Cut to Love (a hardcover romance novel) and co-author of View from the Loft (a mystery-suspense film), and The Late Fourth Partner (a mystery-comedy stage play). Glastonbury Connection is his first Galde Press title.