Trevor Scott was born in Duluth, Minnesota. He is the author of more than thirty mystery/thriller novels in the Jake Adams International Thriller Series, the Chad Hunter Series, and the Tony Caruso Mystery Series. He has a master's in creative writing from Northern Michigan University, and a bachelor's in writing from the University of Minnesota-Duluth. He served in the U.S. Navy as an ordnanceman on the flight deck of aircraft carriers, and as an officer in the U.S. Air Force during the Cold War and the first Gulf War. He has traveled to more than 75 countries, and he currently resides in Nevada and Oregon.
The Dawn of Midnightby Trevor Scott
In the dead of winter, a young man and woman struggle to understand their relationship in Munich's expatriate community. Both Karl Schwarz, the former American Olympic skier, and Angelique Flaubert, the auburn-haired Belgian beauty, must overcome outside influences that conspire to keep them apart. They are united by proximity as tour guides for a German company traveling in Europe, while they feed their true passion—he as a floundering writer and she as an aspiring painter. When Karl is forced to fly home to Minnesota to attend his favorite uncle's funeral, he sets into motion a cataclysmic sequence of events that compels him to question everything in his life. As Karl leaves Angelique, she returns to Brussels to confront a family that has arranged her marriage to a man she despises. Find out if they both return to Germany to find true love. . . Author's Note: Please be advised that this book is not a mystery/thriller or espionage novel like my other books. It is a mainstream coming of age novel.
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I've read almost all Trevor Scott's books which I thoroughly enjoyed this book I just can't get in to, so disappointed
I wasn't going to buy this book, since it was a departure from the author's other books. His others are mostly espionage thrillers. Yet, he weaves a beautiful tale, much like a Vivaldi concerto. Highly recommended! Great for high school students to octogenarians.
I have read all of Trevor Scott's thrillers, and this is an interesting departure from those books. At times funny, at times sad, this is a book that is timeless. I will be reading this book next year and ten years from now.