Plague of Hypnosis


Plague of Hypnosis
£8.99
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Series: Teacher Series, Book 2
Genres: Fiction, Thriller
Tag: Published 2017
ASIN: 154897675X
ISBN: 9781548976750
This sequel sees the re-emergence of the hippyfied character known as “Teacher”, forever a mysterious, dangerous and yet quirky man, with powers including those of hypnosis, that he uses to extort an innocent public.
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About the Book

The strange, white-robed character of Teacher surfaces once again, like a bad penny. His intent is to extort the authorities by staging a bizarre series of ‘testings’, aided by his powers of hypnotism and faith in his gods. “On this the first week of your “testings”, you will be minded preventing a calamity befalling Clearwater town. As the Lord said unto Moses, stretch out thine hand towards heaven, that there may be darkness over the land, a darkness that may be felt for three days and nights.” Teacher is challenged of course, by a police team headed by Detective Sergeant Sally Reid, an undercover cop, who pitted her wit against him when he first appeared in Volume 1. This face-off results in challenges to the ‘testings’, chases, undercover plots and counter plots with a twist a mile wide. What are Teacher’s reasons for such grand extortion? How will Sally stop him, having failed before? Will the twist in the tale provide what the twister is looking for? Being the second book in the “Teacher” trilogy, this quirky and humorous episode can be read as a stand-alone story or in conjunction with the first book, “At the Back of My Mind”.

About the Author
Mark P. Winson

Mark has been writing novels for years, after his sixth form Maths teacher, reported, “Mark and his recently acquired girlfriend’s attendance to my lesson is spasmodic!” The knee-jerk reaction being the abandoning of his art career and signing on the dotted line to join the RAF. Significantly, at RAF Greenham Common after being verbally and physically abused by its peace women, his night time terrors after years of mis-diagnosis were found to be nocturnal epilepsy. It was then that he began to write more seriously, to help him understand and change the attitude he had towards his illness. Finally in 2016, after much persuasion, he has completed this quirky story and published it. Enlisting the psychic and slightly comedic character of ‘Teacher’ in an intended series, he hopes to encourage people to see the brighter side of adversity, by refusing to allow it, as did he, to get the better of them.


About Phil Burrows

The author of the Sci-Fi series of books called the Mineran Series. Website designer for authors and a proud member of Team Author UK

www.pnburrows.com