Copper Dragons

Some doorways to the mind should never be opened...

by Timothy Cole



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 8/6/2010

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 316
ISBN : 9781452058115
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 316
ISBN : 9781452058108

About the Book

When an unspeakable tragedy destroys Jennifer Bergin’s happy rural life, she finds herself alone in a torrential sea of manic depression. Disoriented and confused in her self-imposed solitude, Jennifer hides from a past that she would sooner forget. Her mind is being flooded by memories and retrocognitive visions; of a blood stained statue; of a woman slowly deteriorating in a mental institution; of a young girl who was robbed of her youth - now trapped and tortured by a demonic creature. 


As Jennifer slips further from reality, she faces a fear greater than anything she has ever imagined; an urban legend - in the form of a charismatic gentleman - has unearthed himself to seduce her weakened soul and lay waste to her already ravaged sanity. The ghost of Nicholas Feragamo is manipulating Jennifer’s dreams into nightmares, and using her to commit sinister acts of aggression against herself and the unsuspecting people of the little town of Honey Brook, Pennsylvania. 


Some say she suffers from Multiple Personality Disorder, others suggest she is possessed, but one thing is certain – Jennifer’s life is hanging in the balance between reality and an ever encroaching darkness. 

Her only chance of survival is her estranged husband, Sean, who must pull her from the icy grasp of a dead man’s passion. To do this, he will have to unravel the mystery behind Jennifer’s past and uncover the legend of a man known as the Incubus.

About the Author

Timothy N Cole’s writing has been called “inspirational” and has been said to “paint such a vivid picture that makes the reader feel they are a part of the story.” His style has been compared to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and he counts Edgar Allen Poe, Aldous Huxley and Michael Crichton among his literary heroes. He is a Pennsylvania native, who finds much of his inspiration in the rich history of the keystone state. His lifelong interest in science and psychology, as well as his study of both Eastern and Western philosophy, is also fused into his writing. Timothy attended Penn College of Williamsport for English and literature, and is a contributing writer for Webb Weekly Magazine. After graduation, he started his career as an optician and worked in the surrounding communities for over thirty years including being the proprietor of a Sterling Optical franchised location. His passion for writing poetry and philosophy was redirected when he wrote his first novel Copper Dragons and he has since released a novel based on a true story entitled Every Day for My Daughter.