Sudden Blindness (Paperback)
Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, 9781537542201, 252pp.
Publication Date: March 10, 2014
People in Ocala, a small city in Florida, face an epidemic of sudden blindness. The head of Ocala Regional Medical Center's emergency room, David Belmont, and his wife, Sarah, a high school science teacher, seek answers to what is causing the blindness, where did the blindness originate and why did it suddenly afflict people and animals without warning or other symptoms? Their son, a high school senior, is one of the victims. These questions are baffling an experienced investigative medical team from CDC whom arrive later in the day from Atlanta, Georgia. Unbeknownst to David, Sarah and the leader of the CDC's team, Russell Patton, has a mutual amorous secret.
About the Author
Greg Didaleusky has a teaching degree in Unified Science from Wayne State University and a degree from the University of Detroit-Mercy (Physician Assistant Program). He lives with his wife, Holly, in Florida. His novels include Frozen Death (Rogue Phoenix Press, 2009) and Concealed Warnings (All Things That Matter Press, 2011), and he has published more than twenty short stories.