The ideal existence for semi-retired bio-mechanical engineer, Clayton Drew, was supposed to focus on a good work-life balance, creation of a low-stress environment and participation in activities he really enjoyed. For the most part this was the case however; a simple modification to routine in the regular exercise pattern with his canine companion, was about to change all that.
Passionately embracing any stimulation to satisfy his rather zealous imagination he found it difficult not to go and investigate things he deemed ‘out of the ordinary'. This held true when he chanced upon what he believed to be an abandoned house.
As fate would have it, he encountered a bit more than he bargained for and found himself entwined in a bitter battle of wills, and we're not talking about the 'yield and compromise' kind! Clayton will have to use every skerrick of his scientific background as well as his physical, spiritual and emotional being, to free himself metaphorically whilst liberating another literally, from the chains that bind.
ISBN : 978-1-80439-322-2
Pages : 122
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
She has a background in education, having been a teacher and administrator for close to forty years. After taking a severance package in 2015, she has embarked on her creative passions, which include visual and performing arts, acting, prop making and set design. This experience has led to a number of successful productions in community theatre and industry awards of recognition for Set and Costume Design. The House at 64 is the fifth story she has written and is of a different genre.