Beside US

by Stephen W Briggs (Author)

In a dance of shadows and secrets, Simon Elliot's quest beckons: a crop circle mystery, a veiled dimension, and a haunting whisper.

Book Description:​

“Buckle up and put on your tinfoil hat for this journey, it’s a masterfully-written five-star adventure full of fun, fear, and unexpected twists.” –Bill Schweitzer, Doves in a Tempest

Simon Elliot, a police officer, witnesses the kidnapping of three siblings from their unconscious parents.

With no memory of how their children were taken, and their oldest son found dead in a crop circle in England, the family begs Simon to go abroad and continue his investigation.

In England, Simon believes he is being watched. When acquaintances die while helping with his investigation, he knows he has the attention of the kidnappers. While Simon’s investigation expands, mysterious men dressed in black hoodies intervene, trying to hide their ancient secrets.

As more children’s bodies appear in crop circles, Simon learns other missing children are alive and communicating with their parents, not in his dimension however, but through a veil, as if looking through a dirty window. The visits give the parents peace, Simon the motivation to find out why those families are targeted, and how the remaining children can communicate with their parents.

After confronting one hooded man, Simon learns where the missing children are held. He rushes to their location, intending to rescue the children and reveal the hooded group’s many secrets. Will his police skills be enough to safely return the children and expose the kidnappers’ ancient secrets?

About the Author

Stephen W Briggs (Author)

Stephen is an Associate Director of Utilities at a university in Southern Ontario. A plumber by trade, he enjoys making sour dough bread and walks with his wife and dogs. His one addiction is cycling, something he does regularly. He has been told that owns too many bikes, that is a matter of opinion, mainly his family’s. The longer the ride the better for Stephen. He uses the time to create new story lines, develop his characters or listen to podcasts. Born in Northern Ireland, and raised in Canada, Stephen is married and the father of two, twenty something boys. Go to WWW.stephenwbriggs.com for all updates.

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"Buckle up and put on your tinfoil hat for this journey, it's a masterfully-written five-star adventure full of fun, fear, and unexpected twists."