Artful Deception

Overview

A tormented Scottish artist and a ruthless American serial killer form a blood brother bond taking them to conflicting ends of global acceptance.
Murder, suicide, and broken hearts are touchstones on their frantic twisting rollercoaster ride of emotions plummeting through the lowest rungs of society before soaring to the glamour and glitz of presidential champagne receptions.
The protagonists cross continents, tiptoeing and jack booting through...
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Overview

A tormented Scottish artist and a ruthless American serial killer form a blood brother bond taking them to conflicting ends of global acceptance.
Murder, suicide, and broken hearts are touchstones on their frantic twisting rollercoaster ride of emotions plummeting through the lowest rungs of society before soaring to the glamour and glitz of presidential champagne receptions.
The protagonists cross continents, tiptoeing and jack booting through relationships, in their quest for fame and fortune. From Scotland, via Seattle and Santa Fe, to the idyllic Greek Island of Hydra and culminating in the anointment of both the art world's new Messiah, and the criminal world's new Beelzebub.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781456305925
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/18/2012
  • Pages: 282
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.59 (d)

Meet the Author

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:
The Typewriter.
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.

Money Tree.
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?

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