Middletown, CT (PRWEB) May 06, 2011
Vengeance in the Script, an exciting and suspenseful novel released by author Iain Howard through Xlibris, is filled with unforgettable characters, witty dialogue, and a powerful story line. This book is a perfect addition to anyone’s library.
David Lyon is an expert mechanic who lives in a quiet village and restores classic cars. But his peace is disrupted when beautiful Vivien Sachs walks into his life. Vivien works for a charity and wants David to appraise a rare Mercedes-Benz that’s been left to it in a will—but he’ll have to find the car first, because no one knows where it is! The minute David agrees, all hell breaks loose. A brutal attack is made on his friend Charlie, and murder and mayhem follow David everywhere as he learns that the hidden Mercedes is at the heart of a terrible secret. While looking for the car, David must also try to figure out whether the mysterious Vivien is going to be his lover or his assassin.
Readers will find themselves following David and Vivien as they pursue their own tangled relationship while confronting a series of mind-bending riddles obstructing their way to the mystery car. The book will keep readers enthralled by a complex web of crime, deceit, love, and hatred leading to the revelation of a bizarre vengeance through inscription. Vengeance in the Script will hold you captive until the very last page.
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About the Author
Iain Howard is a linguist and literary scholar. He was born in England and educated in England and the United States, holding degrees from Yale, Columbia, and Oxford Universities. He has taught medieval European literature in several different universities, and has been a classic and antique car enthusiast for many years. He is currently the owner of a 1929 Packard.
Vengeance in the Script * by Iain Howard
Publication Date: May 3, 2011
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 290 pages; 978-1-4568-4297-0
Trade Hardback; $22.99; 290 pages; 978-1-4568-4298-7
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4568-4299-4
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