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About the author:
Will David Mitchell is a well-decorated Air Force combat pilot, a navigator, an electronic warfare officer and a project director of considerable note. He has written hundreds of manuals and regulations for the service and his industrial chiefs.
In 1999, due to his reputation, Osborne/McGraw-Hill requested that he write their flagship computer book, "Debugging Java," which he completed in 31 days. The life span for a computer book is around six months but his book was translated into at least 14 languages and lasted in print for four years, reaching cult status in Europe. It’s one of the longest-lived computer books written. It was his first publication.
He writes for the joy of doing it, so Mitchell published a pair of novels on the same day in 2005. In October, 2011, he has returned to his keyboard and is turning out a new book about every month, for your enjoyment. The Mach Books, the Wind Books, the Dare Books and the Imperial Books are his fiction arms. The Rebirth of Business series is his non-fiction arm. He has also written with Cook and Kobarg on separate projects already published.
The website http://WillDavidMitchell.Com and the QR-Codes on book covers offer a mass of details and video trailers.
He answers every email personally, and sincerely wants to get to know you as a friend.
The Wind of God
Will David Mitchell, Carol L. Mitchell
Christie A. Mach
Revenge must be the ultimate futility. It's like chasing the wind. Jerry Plutus knows. Chasing it, he caught only vapors.
Dangerously deranged from being bullied in high school, Jerry leaves fictional Red Bluff, Illinois for Chicago, broke and broken. He amasses an underworld fortune so he will be able to discharge covert vengeance upon his persecutors.
To escape the Chicago mob, he must first "die." He murders for a body, and fakes a grandiose suicide, inadvertently injuring Christine Wright. Christine builds houses to live, but lives to preach. God moves her to Red Bluff, to build churches.
So God's woman and Satan's man are pitted against each other, with a small town between them. Neither quite knows who the other is. That is so going to change!
The first of the Wind Books series.
- Publication Date:
- 1481176269 / 9781481176262
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / General