The Truth Against the World

The Truth Against the World

by David Corbett
The Truth Against the World

The Truth Against the World

by David Corbett


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A country descending into civil war...

A young artist forced to cross a nation in chaos

to retrieve her stolen masterpiece...

Her guide and guardian-whose past remains strangely obscure...

Georgie O'Halloran created an artistic and literary wonder-only to have it stolen from her and published under the thief's name. Worse, it's the inspiration for a wildly popular video game that's become a favorite among the militants seeking to transform America through bloodshed.

To confront the plagiarist, Georgie must cross an entire continent erupting in violence. Her only companion: Shane Riordan, "Irish as wet grass," a fiercely loyal friend with a beautiful singing voice, an oddly encyclopedic memory-and impressive fighting skills.

It turns out, however, that Georgie isn't the only one on a cross-country quest. Shane is on a journey all his own, far beyond even Georgie's imagining.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781960725004
Publisher: Square Tire Books
Publication date: 06/01/2023
Pages: 392
Sales rank: 453,210
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.87(d)

About the Author

About The Author
David Corbett is the author of seven novels, which have been nominated for numerous awards, including the Edgar. His short fiction has twice been selected for Best American Mystery Stories, and a collaborative novel for which he contributed a chapter-Culprits-was adapted for TV by the producers of Killing Eve for Disney+ in the U.K. His writing guides The Art of Character and The Compass of Character have been widely praised and used by both aspiring and established authors, and he is a monthly contributor to Writer Unboxed, an award-winning blog dedicated to the craft and business of fiction.
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