The Undertaker - William Brown Reviews
Description:Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: William Brown / Edition: 1 / Kindle Edition / Book is published 2011-01-10 by William F. Brown
Newest Review: ... to the story and softens Pete up a bit! She's very feisty, but I personally wouldn't get along with her if she was real, as ... more
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by - written on 19/07/11, updated on 28/07/11 (Very useful, 74 readings)
Peter Talbott is a widower, who one day after work finds himself with a .45 pistol pointing in his face. It turns out that somebody has been buried under Pete's name - as well as his late wife's...and they're not the only ones. Suddenly, filled with outrage, Pete finds himself thrown from being an ordinary software engineer to being involved in theft, corruption, death, and some downright dodgy dealings. 'The Undertaker' will take you along with Pete on a journey of discovery, into a world of crime that he never thought possible. Peter is a genuinely nice character. The whole thing is written from his point of view, which makes it really easy to feel close to ... Read the complete review
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