Following One Man’s Crucial Race In 24 Heures Du Mans

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New book tells a fiction adventure that takes readers on the race of their lives.

From author Gene W. Zepp that brought readers Return of the Pied Piper of Hamelin comes an exciting fiction adventure. Made available through Xlibris, 24 Heures Du Mans will take readers on the race of their lives.

In early June of 1971, Eugene Seppi White, a handsome young high school student, was studying for his final examinations. But unlike his other peers who would go to college, he was going to become a race car driver. Seppi had saved enough money from working in a supermarket on his first four years to pay for racing school. His mother was worried for it was very dangerous to drive a race car. On his graduation prom, he is publicly humiliated by the class president. Despite his mother’s fears and his classmates’ scorn, Seppi would not be swayed. He had made up his mind and nothing would stop him from becoming a successful race car driver.

Seppi proves to be a natural on the tracks, impressing the racing director with his unbelievable speed and amazing control of the car. It would not be long when he would partake in actual races and gradually rise to success. And then the time came for the most crucial race of his life. But whether or not he would pass this test remains to be seen. Readers can follow his fascinating journey through racing ups and downs, how he overcame the odds, and grasped success as his story unfolds in 24 Heures Du Mans.

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24 Heures Du Mans * by Gene W. Zepp
Publication Date: May 9, 2011
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 109 pages; 978-1-4628-6698-4
Trade Hardback; $22.99; 109 pages; 978-1-4628-6699-1
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4628-6700-4

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