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First Novel in Sci-Fi Trilogy Entices Suspense Enthusiasts

First of three books shows a creative blend of science fiction and paranormal activities

Salem, Oregon – WEBWIRE

Begin the intriguing adventure with each book of the Adralack trilogy.

Writing a trilogy was a challenging journey for Beauford E. Averette; however, the challenge resulted to an excellent fusion of science and supernatural. Starting the three-part series is The Adralack Crack on Mt. Baker that talks about an expedition of four university professors who took shelter in a cave that changed their lives forever.

The book revolves around professors Larry, Arthur, Adrian, and Delbert. On their winter climb to Mt. Baker, the four were caught in an avalanche. They took temporary shelter in a cave with Larry in the lead, but upon entering, he disintegrates and disappears. The remaining three tried to search for Larry, but the search rescue was unsuccessful. Within the novel’s pages, the characters struggle talking to each other as tension rises and infidelity occurs. Friendship, loyalty, and humane desires are tested as secrets and crimes unfold.

Apart from the supernatural encounters and science, the book offers excellent action scenes that will arouse the imagination of readers. “Averette’s descriptions of the avalanche, a tunnel cave-in, and the story’s climatic denouement are taut and suspenseful,” says BlueInk Review.

Begin the intriguing adventure with each book of the “Adralack” trilogy. Learn more about the second (“Exvascia”) and third (“Creatures from Spark Stone Mountain”) book of the series by visiting Averette’s website at
The Adralack Crack on Mt. Baker
Written by Beauford E. Averette
Paperback | $15.75
Hardcover | $22.99
Book copies are available at LitFire Publishing, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other online book retailers.

About the Author
Beauford E. Averette lives with his wife in Salem, Oregon. He started writing novels of different genre following his retirement. Averette says he considers writing a trilogy as a challenge because the last part of the series is important in tying all the previous parts together. He views writing as his egress for creative thinking.

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 The Adralack Crack
 Beauford E. Averette

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