Terror from the sky. What if I told you all the beautiful birds that we love and feed suddenly changed and began to feed on us?
It happened once in a sleepy resort town in Northern California called Bodega Bay. Now more than 55 years later, it begins again. But it is far worse this time. Species of birds including not just crows and sea gulls, but hawks, eagles and vultures have joined the invasion.
What caused this? Why is it happening? Tory McKnight, a student of ornithology from UCSD becomes swept up in a nightmare from her beloved birds, and must try to solve the mystery before the whole town gets killed and a nationwide pandemic ensues.
This Hitchcock-style suspense thriller was inspired by the movie “The Birds,” and the short story from Daphne du Maurier. Return of the Birds will have you searching the skies, and both scared to read more but unable to put it down. Hurry, enjoy this before they gather again.
Interview with the author:
This book is very distinctive from your others, why did you write it?
Every person has a darker side. I was always intrigued by the movie but felt too many questions were left unanswered. It niggled at me all my life and every time I watched it. I had to write the sequel.
Do you answer every question?
Most of the questions get addressed, but in so doing more questions and concerns arise. There remains a good deal of suspense throughout the book and beyond. Possible sequel?
Will you write other books in this genre?
This book was the one burning inside me most of my long life. Aside from a possible sequel to Return of the Birds, I have some other ideas which are growing in my head. If you are familiar with me at all, you already know I write in multiple genres from children's books and family reads to mythology, folklore, and Christmas. The next series of books that I am working on currently features a time-traveling elf named Aeon Millennium.
So, why should readers give this book a try?
Do you love a classic cliffhanger? Do you like thrillers? Do you appreciate great suspense reads? If you do, you will thoroughly enjoy this book. It is longer than the short stories it was inspired by, but then it has extra twists and turns that add to the storyline. Enjoy!