The Mirror Image at Acadia [NOOK Book]

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While unknowingly engulfed in a scheme of betrayal by his wife and his best friend, Greg finds himself in the midst of a complex plan to transfer money to foreign terrorist organizations. His actions are often manipulated by a former college girlfriend who will guide him through a puzzle of suspense, love, and murder. Believing Jill to be the “girl of his dreams”, Greg follows Jill on a mystical journey from which no man returns

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The Mirror Image at Acadia

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Overview

While unknowingly engulfed in a scheme of betrayal by his wife and his best friend, Greg finds himself in the midst of a complex plan to transfer money to foreign terrorist organizations. His actions are often manipulated by a former college girlfriend who will guide him through a puzzle of suspense, love, and murder. Believing Jill to be the “girl of his dreams”, Greg follows Jill on a mystical journey from which no man returns

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045527484
  • Publisher: W. Scott Mitchell
  • Publication date: 12/17/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 272 KB

Meet the Author

W. Scott Mitchell came of age during the cultural revolution and movements that dominated the 1960's. It was not until the late 1990's when he began to write fiction. He incorporates an aspect of philosophy and psychology into each of his novels. The subplots are discussed on his website for readers to consider as they review his works. He believes the subplot is an important part of the work.Mitchel hopes to attract readers who examine everyday human character as the focus of attention to larger social and personal issues within the subplot. For example, in "Emily's Last Obsession" sexual content is used not for the sake of sexual content, but rather to demonstrate betrayal, self deception, and psychological instability. In the novel "Coincidence by Design", a mystical experience is a tool to examine life after death.If you enjoy a glimpse "into the mind" of the character, then Mitchell offers an interesting opportunity. However, if you are looking for "shoot em up...blow em up" every three pages, then you might want to look elsewhere."My background allows me to develop characters who must confront issues common to us all. Reflected in my novels are the twists and turns we often take in life. However, the predictability we crave is often missing.I invite you to post your comments and questions on my website at wscottmitchell.weebly.com/or on my Facebook page."
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