Rejuvenation Book One
The Melter War has left the Earth’s surface devastated, leaving humanity to survive on what little land is left between the Scorch Zones and the rising oceans, where towering subscrapers dot the dystopian shore lines.
Bobbie Chan is a doctor caring for the ultra-elderly in one such subscraper when she notices a mysterious, new disease afflicting her patients; some show signs of age reversal before a catastrophic, and often fatal, cardiac arrest strikes.
Bobbie begins to wonder if she is witnessing a bio weapon in full force. A Melter attack? Are they destined to finish the war they started?
Bobbie begins a race against time to rescue the Rejuvenees and uncover their true enemy.
Rejuvenation Book Two
Is Rejuvenation really humanity’s savior or is it the hidden doorway to slavery and persecution?
Bobbie Chan has escaped the clutches of the all-encompassing Belus Corporation and she, and her comrades, are forced to seek sanctuary amongst a band of renegades – outcasts who eke out a meagre existence in the barren wastelands which emerged from the Melter War.
However, Bobbie finds herself at the heart of a game plan, devised by the renegades, to bring the Belus Corporation to its knees.
This second installment of the Rejuvenation Trilogy sees old friends becoming enemies and one-time enemies becoming friends as the true, diabolical nature of Rejuvenation becomes clear.
Rejuvenation Book Three
Out of a clear, blue sky a mysterious alien race wreaked havoc on planet Earth, thus beginning the Melter War.
Alien energy weapons struck the Polar ice caps. Oceans rose, drowned huge swathes of land, swallowed up great cities and left much of the earth as an irradiated wasteland.
Millions of people died.
But a savior emerged; Lisette Fox and her Belus Corporation supplied the weapons and technology to defeat the Melters and brought peace back to the world.
Some two decades later Bobbie Chan, a child at the outbreak of war, now works as a doctor caring for the ultra-elderly. Bobbie encounters a previously unidentified disease; ‘Rejuvenation’ which makes the old young but has homicidal side effects.
In this gripping final installment of Byddi Lee’s Rejuvenation trilogy Bobbie discovers the shocking truth behind the Melter’s attack and Rejuvenation. Bobbie faces a decision with untold consequences, not only for Bobbie, but for the entire human race.
March to November
March to November navigates the entangled points of view of Tracey Duggan and her circle of friends and foes in modern-day Belfast, Ireland as they struggle with bereavement, broken marriages, broken dreams and broken psyches.
All Tracey wants is a normal life. All she has, however, is violence and betrayal from those closest to her.
Can Tracey escape the pattern of destructive relationships that plague her? Will her new boyfriend Tommy decide to be right or be happy? Will her sister-in-law Molly find the strength to deal with her new situation? Will her brother, Dermot let go of his past and man up to his mistakes? Can Dermot’s lover, Sheila really have it all?
Belfast is not the city of bombs and bullets of their childhood, but it’s still full of trouble for these five as they alternately walk, run and stumble along the road toward a shocking finale.
Then Came Christmas
Every time she thinks about Christmas this year, Tracey experiences a vortex of panic and confusion. How can she face it while grieving for her best friend? But life marches on, and Tracey will have a Christmas with someone she truly loves for the first time ever. Tommy has been the warm, bright light in a very rough year. Tracey is also looking forward to her baby niece’s first Christmas, as complicated as sharing the day with her seems right now. However, Christmas day will not be the same without spending it with her big brother, Dermot. But Tommy can’t bear to be in the same room as him. How will Tracey keep everyone happy this year and get through the day herself?
The Bramley is a collection of Flash Fiction stories that cover an eclectic range of genre and subject. This diversity ensures something for everyone. Like a good Armagh Bramley apple, this collection is sharp yet tasty, combining bitter with sweet to tantalize and awaken the literary palate.