The author’s attention to detail makes the suspense filled book interactive and thrilling. It is amazing how he fuses soundtracks in a novel and this makes the drama in the book even more captivating. Once you start reading this book, it is impossible to put it down until you get to the end.
TEARS OF GLASS
Morgan is a failure. He failed at being a quarterback, failed at being a husband and he is consistently failing at being a human being.
When the chain-smoking, hard-drinking womaniser happens upon a seemingly innocuous rejected demo tape by a bluesy pianist, he thinks it’s just another bit of music that never made the grade. But when people around him start dying in unexplained ‘Accidental’ deaths, Morgan realises there’s more to the tape than meets the eye.
Suddenly seeing that it is he who is the target, Morgan goes on the run, heading for the Californian desert and picking up the inevitable girl on the way as he tries desperately to stay one step ahead of those who would do him harm.
But little does Morgan realize, that he has stumbled upon a conspiracy that the Intelligence Services have been trying to keep buried from public knowledge since The Wall came down.
The clock is ticking. Not just for Morgan, but for all humanity as well.
‘Scintillating’ – BBC TV
‘ Superb’ – Time Out
‘ Lyrical, even in the midst of mayhem’ – BBC Radio
‘ Three parts Big Sleep to two parts Wilt ’ – The Independent
‘ Easy Rider meets Dr. Strangelove ’ – BBC Radio
‘Chandleresque’ – BBC Radio
‘ It is a metaphor for our times’ – Irvin Kershner Dir. Empire Strikes back
‘ Lake’s timeless masterpiece’ – Hush Hush Biz Entertainments
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