Jack Williams is a bit of loner, carrying out petty scams until the day he comes across Phylamina. From that day on Jack has a burgeoning desire to go straight, but sometimes good plans go awry. In George Jackson's Jack the author mixes romance with crime as the fine-looking but tainted eponymous hero uses his talents to head up the shaky ladder towards becoming a model citizen. From a fatal accident, through a tense court-room drama and on into his newly chosen path, Jack must use all his guile and good looks to succeed. Jack offers plenty of twists and turns and fine characterisation in this well-written and strongly plotted story of love and crime.
George Jackson was born and raised in Liverpool. In 1986 he was tragically widowed and left with two young children. At the relatively young age of 54, George retired from his insurance based career, as he had always dreamed of trekking famous mountains and above all writing a novel. Those dreams are now a reality.
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