Scottish author, Robert Lewis Heron, is both an architect and accomplished artist (traditional and digital: www.twoheronsstudio.com) living in Maryland, USA. His unique voice for story telling captivates through his creativity in twisting and tormenting the reader's imagination. By sprinkling a dry sense of humor throughout his writing, he makes the harshness a wee bit more palatable. Expect the unexpected on entering his world of woe and wonderment.
Also by Robert Lewis Heron:
Shy, misfit, old southern boy George craves acceptance in his dusty, dying town where the librarian has a forty-year-old secret and believes George to be her long lost son.
Things twist out of control when former childhood bullies, and now pillars of small town respectability-State Senator, town sheriff, local school headmistress, and respected priest-unwittingly unleash his restrained childhood thoughts for revenge. Unwilling to again accept harassment, he takes control of his destiny and wreaks havoc figuratively and literally.
A typewriter is his choice of assassination weapon-words, not bullets, his ammunition.
When the world's richest man loses everything, we have a monumental problem requiring immediate resolution.
His quest becomes a race to save his son's life by battling a rogue government agency hell bent of world financial meltdown.
Can he survive and save his son's life?