EARTHLY POWERS by David Anderson

‘A brilliant, pacey thriller, with a stunning twist.’ – Robert Foster

I am very pleased to announce the publication of my novel Earthly Powers.

A contemporary thriller set in BC, Earthly Powers tells how a dark secret from the dying days of war-ravaged Nazi Germany re-emerges half-way around the world on a West Coast island and exerts a malevolent influence on its present day occupants.

Thirty-something Terri Stark is living on isolated Arcadia Island while recovering from a failed marriage.  But one day trouble comes to paradise.  Someone is spying on her, and soon her beloved dog Ned goes missing.  After a break-in, a mysterious person appears at her door and makes none too subtle threats.  Terri has only one person to turn to: her estranged husband Jack, but his arrival escalates the situation.  Soon they are separated again, Jack running for his life from relentless killers, Terri forced into a desperate treasure hunt, survival dependent upon her success.  A teenage defector from the enemy camp turns out to have vital information – and a hidden agenda of his own.

An engrossing page-turner, with engaging characters, a buried treasure puzzle, and a heart-pounding man-on-the-run pursuit, Earthly Powers will make you miss your transit stop and keep you up at night!

In Canada, you can get a copy here: Earthly Powers

In the UK, you can get a copy here: Earthly Powers

In the US, you can get a copy here: Earthly Powers

After you read the book, please post a short review on Amazon.  If you have a blog, please consider posting about it there.  And if you have friends or colleagues who might enjoy Earthly Powers, please help me spread the word by forwarding this information to them.

I hope you enjoy reading Earthly Powers as much as I enjoyed writing it.

Coming up next: Meaner Things, a contemporary thriller set in Vancouver.  Emma ran out on Mike ten years ago.  Now she’s back and needs his help to bring down a very rich, very bad man.  Can the two conspirators trust each other long enough to pull off a heist so difficult it makes Ocean’s Eleven look like a walk in the park?  Watch this space!

David Anderson


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