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By: Alan Silvan

Last of the True Deceivers

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How would you react if you woke up one morning and discovered your cat reading the business section of your daily paper, after it had showered and shaved before letting the dog out? Then suppose it calls you dumb for believing everything you’ve ever been taught, before sitting you down with a strong espresso to tell you how it really is. Shame then that CIA agent Tenacious Law doesn’t own a cat, nor does aspiring journalist Corrie Wymbles, but that doesn’t prevent them from teaming up to uncover the truth behind a supposedly philanthropic society. The Carpenters desire only one thing …to create the perfect planet; and you’re not welcome on it! They have entrusted their evil designs to Timothy Burr, the head of the world’s largest space agency, and failure is not an option. He has the perfect plan to deliver their wishes; he has control over the ultimate demonic entity…and he’s prepared to use it! This thrilling novel erupts into an exciting adventure from the start, bristling with danger and exotic locations: from sizzling downtown Rio to a climatic finale in the grand halls of Buckingham Palace; the pace never relents.

Tenacious and Corrie are caught up in something they are struggling to fully comprehend, but in order to defeat evil, they must sling their prejudices in the trash can and accept the truth of their reality; no matter how crazy it seems.

Alan Silvan has lived and worked in and around the Skipton area of North Yorkshire, England his entire life having attended a local grammar school and later studying accountancy at a neighbouring university. He has previously published under a ‘nom de plume’ and has been an avid writer of blogs and even songs in the past. His interests include holidaying in the Alps, American sports and supporting dedicated animal charities in the area.

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