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Ian Clark Aberdeen The Circle Trilogy Broken Glass
Ian Clark Aberdeen The Circle Trilogy Broken Glass Author
Ian Clark is an author born and raised in Aberdeen, Scotland. He has a deep connection to his hometown, which is reflected in his writing. Ian has written a trilogy of horror science fiction books on Amazon titled The Circle. These books, like all of his work, are set in Scotland, and specifically in Aberdeen. His latest book, Broken Glass, is a psychological thriller with an ever-increasing sense of paranoia, and it is set in the same universe as his The Circle trilogy.
All Detective Sergeant Karen “Jackie” Wilson wants is to prove herself as a competent investigator. But when she's paired with the eccentric and untrustworthy Dr. Hugh Glass to solve a string of bizarre murders, it's hard to keep her focus on the case. Reacting to the pressure to succeed and struggling with her trust issues, Wilson believes the world is a black and white place where good guys catch the bad guys. But when she discovers evidence of an extra-terrestrial race infiltrating humanity, everything changes for her. She's terrified to discover the truth about the existence of aliens on Earth. Emotionally and physically responding to the shocking revelation, Wilson is forced to confront her beliefs and cope with the new reality. After facing countless obstacles, she realizes her life is spiralling out of control. Now in a catch-22 situation from all the decisions she's made, she must face her greatest fear: trusting the untrustworthy or risk losing everything.
is a spine-tingling, mind-bending sequel to “Rosemary Doe” by Ian Clark. If you like psychological science fiction horror, themes of trust and understanding the unknown, and a nerve-racking sense of paranoia, then you'll love this gripping and thought-provoking tale of conspiracy and survival.
Cravings (The Circle Book 1)
Ian attended Dyce Primary and Robert Gordon's College before joining the Royal Air Force, where he served for ten years in the 1970s and 80s. During this time, he developed his guitar and DJ skills and worked on the British Forces Broadcasting Services. Some Aberdonians may remember him as a function DJ. Ian fell in love with the Caribbean during his time in the RAF, which left a lasting impression on him.
After leaving the RAF, Ian worked in the oil industry until he was laid off during a downturn. He now works as a Telecoms Field Service Engineer, which takes him all over Scotland, providing him with valuable research opportunities for his novels.
Ian has three children from his first marriage, all of whom are now in their 30s. During his ten years as a single parent, he started writing and began to develop the ideas for his trilogy, which he published on Amazon Kindle in 2011. Since then, he has remarried.
In his spare time, Ian loves to read books by Stephen King, Dean Koontz, James Herbert, Tom Clancy, and James Paterson. He is also a huge fan of Star Trek and Doctor Who. With his extensive life experience, passion for writing, and love of his hometown, Ian Clark is a unique voice in the world of horror and science fiction.
Visit his website at www.ianclarkauthor.co.uk
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