Melbourne, Victoria, Australia (PRWEB) November 08, 2012
All over the world, people are mystified by the superhero image. The classic hero—men and women with noble virtues and extraordinary powers— linger in society’s consciousness through numberless Hollywood productions. Author George Lockie reinvents the superhero mythos in “Eye of the Hunter”, a new novel that will rivet readers from beginning to end.
Lockie’s debut unfolds from the 1920s to the Second World War—a time of great change and impending turmoil. At the center of the action is Rory Glassen. Rory learned to kill without remorse at a very young age. Forced to live alone in the wilderness of the Scottish mountains, he was isolated from society with only a grandmother to support him.
Just before the outbreak of the war, Rory encounters troops sent to the mountains for training. Intrigued by their disciplines and comradeship, he would soon become a part of their world and feel, for the first time, needed. His ruthlessness and skill in combat made Rory a valuable asset but these could not prepare him for the tragedy that lay ahead. Driven by a thirst for revenge, Rory will be embroiled in a dangerous game of power where survival will be the least of his concern.
Intricately plotted and relentlessly paced, “Eye of The Hunter” is at once a thrilling, action-packed military saga and an exploration of the dark undercurrents of human nature and society.
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About the Author
George Lockie was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1941. He married in 1964 and has two children. George served six years in the British Army in the Parachute Regiment serving mainly in Cyprus, Germany, Libya, Ireland and Greece. He migrated to Australia in 1965 and travelled extensively through business from 1981 to 2003. He has been writing for the last six years and enjoys putting to words many past episodes in his life.
Eye of The Hunter * by George Lockie
Publication Date: October 13, 2012
Trade Paperback; AU$ 29.99; 331 pages; 978-1-4797-2447-5
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