"Storm Clouds Over the Horizon"
Crime Novel Presents a Thorny Problem: You Never Know What You'll Find When You Seek Long-Lost Relatives!
By: Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Co, LLC
Now in his late twenties, Jack is a self-employed handyman working at a large country house. He comes across a trophy engraved with a name that jogs his desire to find his birth family. Unsuccessful in a previous attempt, this time around Jack finds a half-brother.
Unknown to Jack, his newfound relative has a shady past involving convictions for minor crimes. Jack's involvement with him later leads Jack into contact with a corrupt Member of Parliament. Upon learning of Jack's association with the MP, police recruit Jack to assist in their own investigations. What has he gotten into?
About the Author: Born in London, Alan Clarke has lived throughout the UK. The retired technical writer currently resides in West Cumbria in the Lake District. He was inspired to write this story by a friend who has been searching for his birth relatives for many years. This is his eighth novel.
"Be careful what you wish for! This story opens up a whole new set of problems for a young man seeking answers about his past. We are thrilled to announce the book's release," said Robert Fletcher, CEO of Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Agency.
STORM CLOUDS OVER THE HORIZON (ISBN: 978-1-951530-