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Alien encounter, Science fiction, Crime and mystery, San Francisco story, San Francisco horror, Extra-terrestrials, Alien visit

They Feed Sharks
by Richard Piquette

San Francisco, The City by the Bay, is romanticized in this novel for its enduring icons, like the Ghirardelli Chocolate Company, the Bay Bridge, Alcatraz and the beautiful Coit Tower. Both Beat poets and Silicon Valley tech types have helped shape this enduring city, which is the backdrop for this terrifying novella. Richard takes us on a walk through the streets of the tourist playground straight in the grips of utter terror.

They Feed Sharks is told through the eyes of Beau Camp, a young local, born and raised in the city. The routine he shares with his close circle of friends is suddenly shaken by a blossoming romance and a journey into darkness. Beau finds himself in the grips of otherworldly visitors that have been using the city’s local environment as a laboratory and who are entwined in a bizarre symbiotic relationship with the bay. We also meet several other interesting locals who inadvertently become part of the story.

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Richard Piquette lives in Alberta with his wife Tammi. They Feed Sharks is his first book.


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