Walnut Creek, Calif. (PRWEB) September 02, 2011
One boy dreams of going to the moon but someone is standing in his way. Readers can discover if this dream will come to fruition as author William Weyr weaves an exciting adventure in Anvil of Moonlight.
Tobin Riley, a boy raised on dangerous streets, is obsessed with someday going to the moon. To get there he needs a first-tier education and to be one of the best in a vital, competitive field. And he’ll do whatever it takes to make that happen. Just when life is in a groove, things get twisted. Tangled in a web of events, pulled from the streets into society’s mainstream, life for Tobin becomes complicated and even more dangerous.
Snared in a plot to dismantle the very agency that can take him to Luna—he is caught between a ruthless bomber and the realization of his dream. The bomber wants him dead, but Tobin is hard to find and harder to kill. Readers can witness their exhilarating cat and mouse chase as they immerse in Anvil of Moonlight. With one exciting twist after another, they will be glued to the pages from beginning to end.
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About the Author
William Weyr lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with his wife, dog, and three elsewhere children. An avid Tahoe skier with friends who are actually good, he collects motorcycles and drives a ‘67 Mini Cooper when it’s not too cold or rainy—for the car. He lives a charmed life, from his early days in Army EOD, through executive positions in Fortune 100 companies and private consulting. These days he’s an author and Anvil of Moonlight is his first novel. He enjoys writing more than anything else, so from now on he’s just going to auth.
Anvil of Moonlight * by William Weyr
Publication Date: August 31, 2011
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 344 pages; 978-1-4628-9819-0
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 344 pages; 978-1-4628-9820-6
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