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The Mercy Contracts Paperback – March 28, 2014
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I certainly would recommend this book to anyone who wants a lot of action a little bit of romance and just a great fast moving read. Now how long will we have to wait for your number three book Mr. Wornham, loved both of your books to date..
About the Author
Paul Wornham is the author of The Mercy Contracts and The Philanthropist's Danse.
Paul grew up in the city of Bath in England, a place that everyone should see once before they die.
He began his work life as a bookseller with WHSmith in the UK before they convinced him to sell music instead. He sold music and movies on both sides of the Atlantic over the next decade and a half, shifting with the times and technology from vinyl to CD and from VHS to DVD. In 2000, the emergence of Napster and file sharing convinced him the music business was over for retail, so he went back to school.
In 2002 he graduated with an MBA from the University of Alberta School of Business, joined a medical device manufacturer based in Edmonton, traveled to China and all over North America and generally had a blast.
He later moved to Ontario, where he now lives and writes in the company of a patient spouse and less patient felines. A lifelong reader, Paul's favorite books are A Prayer for Owen Meany by John Irving, Nobody's Fool by Richard Russo and everything by Charles Dickens.
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I'm not exactly sure how I feel about the subject matter, but the book does make you think, especially if you are over 65. There are a couple of mistakes not caught in proofing, i.e. 'she put her hands over her ears, but she had been handcuffed.' No biggie, it doesn't really distract from the book. I'm glad it has X-Ray, there are a lot of people to keep up with. I will definitely read more by this author.