ROBERTSVILLE, Ohio (PRWEB) April 13, 2012
“I have always liked to write, and I love mysteries,” says Vinson. “The IRS has great powers and it affects most Americans. Despite this, nobody writes about it – until now.”
A fast-paced thriller “Tax Collectors...and Other Sinners” ushers in a new genre of murder mystery, coined by Vinson as ‘Internal Revenue action novel.’
Vinson summarizes his grisly plot: “an unknown psychopath is killing tax collectors in spectacular ways and the hunt is on, led by chief IRS inspector Rudolph Kays. The action rages across Ohio, culminating at an abandoned coal mine where the killer committed his first killing.”
Featuring well-drawn characters and a suspense-filled game of cat-and-mouse, “Tax Collectors...and Other Sinners” features pages after page of edge-of-your-seat moments. While meant to entertain the murder mystery reader, the book also serves as an educational tool on the inner workings of the IRS, for, as Vinson notes, “the IRS is always relevant.”
“Tax Collectors...and Other Sinners” is available at major booksellers, including Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
About the Author
Wayne Vinson acquired 33 years of experience as a federal tax collector and supervisor. He was motivated to write Tax Collectors…and Other Sinners by his love of mystery novels and by an interest in the impact of hard IRS actions on taxpayers.
Vinson and his wife, Mary, live on an old hill farm near Minerva, Ohio.
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