We are taken back in time to the mid-1920s, a remarkable and colorful era, in alternate story lines of a dauntless and hapless expedition led by the Count across the scorching Sahara, and through his lectures given across the frozen Midwest to share his tale with the enthralled masses. The author delivers a steady flow of laughs, pathos, and plot twists that keeps the reader turning pages. The reader gets a delightful and entertaining story, based on real people and events, that is destined to be a great success, just like the hapless Count himself (if only in his own mind). The author does succeed and delivers a great tale of adventure, with authentic and complex characters living in a series of unpredictable events.
About the Author
In addition to his first novel, "The Count of the Sahara,"Wayne has written 7 non-fiction books with riveting titles such as "6 Weeks toa Great Webinar," and "Meet Like You Mean It- a Leader's Guide to Painless andProductive Virtual Meetings," and speaks at conferences around the world.