Cover Reveal – Scourge by Charley Pearson

Hello, everyone! How are you all doing?

Today I’m posting and participating in my very first cover reveal. Which I personally find very exciting. And to be honest it kind of makes me feel nervous. Are you ready?


My first opinion of this cover is that I really want to read that book. It looks kind of mysterious and it definitely goes with the genre: medical thriller.

And as I suppose that you want to know a little bit more about this new book. Here are some facts about Scourge.

Title: Scourge

Author: Charley Pearson

Genre: Medical Thriller

Publisher: Fiery Seas

Publication date: August, 14th 2018


Financially independent, biochemistry genius Stacy Romani grows up off the grid, while her Roma family takes advantage of her knowledge for their own gain.

Watching his family farm struggle, and traumatized by mass slaughter, Aatos Pires wants to heal animals but gets seduced by industry and goes to work for a big pharmaceutical company.

When Aatosโ€™ co-worker Trinity creates a deadly doomsday virus, it puts the world population in jeopardy as it spreads exponentially. . .with no cure in sight.

Stacy and Aatos work alone to find a cure, as the CDC and FBI close in. Will they find a way to stop the plague or will it be the end of the world?

About the author:

Charley Pearson started in chemistry and biology, then moved on to bioengineering, so the Navy threw in some extra training and made him a nuclear engineer. This actually made sense when his major task turned out to be overseeing chemical and radiological environmental remediation at Navy facilities after the end of the Cold War, releasing them for unrestricted future use. Now he writes fiction.

You can find him on these different social media: Facebook ; Twitter ; Website

What do you think about the cover? Will you read the book when it comes out? Feel free to let me know in the comments below!


12 thoughts on “Cover Reveal – Scourge by Charley Pearson

  1. Chauncey Rogers says:

    I think it’s a pretty catching cover–and you’re right, it matches the book and genre very nicely. I can’t predict what I’ll be reading in August, but I just might keep my eyes open for this one. After all, it’s been a while since my last medical thriller.

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