Superstition and Ignis Fatuus: Two Books in One

Superstition and Ignis Fatuus: Two Books in One

by R. D. Peters

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Overview

These are two novellas about Hugo Barberra and his unique methods and subjects for investigation. In these segments Hugo focuses on the subjects of unexplained murders and unexplained disappearances. It makes for interesting tales. Unlike many writers seeking fans, Hugo does not blame unexplained missing persons on aliens or unexplained deaths on ghosts, but instead, finds logical reasons for deaths or people seemingly vanishing into thin air. In the first installment, "Superstition," it is the accumulation of bodies that causes Hugo to investigate Heddon House. In Ignis Fatuus, it is the lack of bodies that makes the author formulate a bizarre scientific reason bodies actually disappear from the realm of experience and evidence. While his answers cannot always be duplicated to be used in police investigation, they are sufficient enough to satisfy Hugo's own personal curiosity as a writer/television celebrity, who unravels myths and ancient mysteries for his millions of fans worldwide.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781449965617
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 07/01/1995
Pages: 168
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.36(d)

About the Author

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
R. D. Peters writes many genres. Mystery is one of his favorite. However, his brand of mystery incorporates an element of the bizarre since there are a large percentage of real life murder mysteries and disappearances that go unsolved. This is a brand of mystery that deals with that unresolved percentage, attempting to find new explanations never explored before. It is the "how" and the "why"
behind every mystery that intrigues most people, and R. D.
Peters offers new options through his character, Hugo
Barberra. Be sure to look for other novels by R. D. Peters.
He writes in many different genres, each a new brand within conventional genres of fiction.

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