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Without Danger, The Game Grows Cold

Gene Fiskin

Pages: 270
ISBN: 978-145756-060-6
List Price: 15.95
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Available: March 2018
Edition: Perfectbound

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”Ride A Mad Horse” is an adventure novel/character study. A deeply personal look into three men’s strengths and weaknesses, and their excesses of both. Clifford Castile is a genius-level, unabashed people user – a ruthless self-centered billionaire whose psychological games often threaten life itself. A recluse, he uses Thel McKelway, a wounded racecar driver and designer, as his public face and personal foil. But Castile feels vulnerable to his chief executive, Ron Tanzer, and fears he has taken over Castile’s many companies and that his power now exceeds Castile’s. The story explores Castile’s manipulative drives, McKelway’s torments and challenges, and Tanzer’s ruthless ambitions. The strong women in each man’s life are as vital and complex as their lovers. This is a very human and often surprising tale for readers fond of intrigue and dangerous pursuits.

GENE FISKIN – A creative director/copywriter for many years, Gene created advertising campaigns for nearly two hundred major corporations. Now he focuses on writing novels, short stories, plays, and the occasional screenplay. He lives in Orange County, California with his wife of more than thirty years, and their two dogs who regard them as staff.

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