Author L. Lincoln Clark releases 'Inherit the Wind'

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New suspense novel tackles extraordinary story of greed, romance

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Author L. Lincoln Clark debuts into the world of fiction with her newly released title, "Inherit the Wind" (published by Xlibris). This romantic suspense novel explores the depth of extreme human attitudes that spiral into a chase for life, love and ultimate fate.

Jen’s life is perfect: a devoted husband who is heir to the Stevens fortune, perfect home, perfect future and she is expecting her first child. Life is great. That is until one fiery car crash throws Jen's life into a tailspin of deceit and confusion. Jen’s sister-in-law, Alicia, wants the entire Stevens fortune and the only thing standing between her and what she so desperately seeks is Jen’s unborn child. Jen doesn't know whom to turn to. She is running for her life and for that of her unborn child. Sick, tired and down to her last six dollars, Jen is in desperate need for help. Surprisingly, that help comes from an unlikely source. With the nudging of his housekeeper, reclusive, ill-tempered novelist Mitch Gunther comes to Jen’s rescue. Thus begins a story of suspense and gradual love as Mitch and Jen embark on a journey that leads from the valleys of Virginia to the mountains of East Tennessee as they seek to evade Alicia’s henchmen and keep Jen’s child and heir safe.

Vivid and climactic, "Inherit the Wind" deliberately captures the passion and sentiments that shape the overall impact of the story. It impresses strong insights on significant human values and emphasizes the importance of being responsible for one's actions.

“Inherit the Wind”
By L. Lincoln Clark
Hardcover | 6x9in | 264 pages | ISBN 9781503520608
Softcover | 6x9in | 264 pages | ISBN 9781503520615
E-Book | 264 pages | ISBN 9781503520622
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
L. Lincoln Clark is a retired Social Studies teacher. She taught world history for 33 years in Roanoke County before trying her hand at writing. She says that the greatest influence in her life to love history and to become a teacher was her step-father John Lincoln. Dr. Clark holds degrees in Liberal Arts, History, Social Studies Curriculum and Instruction and Education Leadership. This is her first work of fiction. Dr. Clark lives in Vinton, Virginia with her husband of 41 years David William (Bill) Clark and their two Havenese dogs. The Clarks have one son, David William, II.

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