THE WORLD’S DEADLIEST PESTILENCE WREAKS HAVOC ON A SMALL PENNSYLVANIA COMMUNITY IN AMAZON.COM BESTSELLING NOVELIST MARIAN RIZZO’S PRESCIENT NEW NOVEL, PLAGUE
Set against the backdrop of the misnamed Spanish Flu, the deadliest worldwide pandemic in recorded history, Plague explores the all too familiar experiences of fear of the unknown, isolation from friends and neighbors, forced quarantine, and the seeming inability of medical science to do anything to slow the relentless ravages of a devastating disease. While the big cities appear to be the major battlegrounds, no one is safe from the plague. Not even in the bucolic village of Sawmill, Pennsylvania.
About The Author:
A Pulitzer Prize nominee in the field of journalism, Marian Rizzo has won numerous awards, including the New York Times Chairman’s Award and first place in the 2014 Amy Foundation Writing Awards. She worked for the Ocala Star-Banner newspaper for 30 years. She also has written articles for Ocala Style Magazine and Billy Graham’s Decision Magazine.
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