‘The Betrayal’ by Steven Bosworth Featured By Two Magazines this November
The Stone and Eccleshall Gazette, and The Uttoxeter Voice Steve Bosworth, both featured an article about ‘The Betrayal’ by Bosworth. The first article by The Stone and Eccleshall Gazette, mentions his book signing events at Stone and Fulford. It also discusses the plot line and encourages the reader to get a copy of the book. The second article in The Uttoxeter Voice shed light on his time in India and gave a brief synopsis of his book.
The protagonist Dean Nash was bored from his routine life. When he meets Nick Burns at the nightclub owned by Burns. Dean finds him interesting and is drawn towards his enthralling ideas. Soon enough under influence of Nick, Dean gets involved in a robbery. Indulged in the world of crime, Nick can once again get the adrenaline rush he missed so much in his life. However, his criminal activities bring the attention of government authorities. The crime branch lead by Jon Wagstaff is after him. All these new experiences give Nash a chance to start a journey of self-awareness. All in all a very consuming storyline.
Steven Bosworth who is otherwise an established engineering manager turned towards writing for the first time. He got his inspiration for the first time when he was working for his employer in Pune, India. It took him 3 years to gather his ideas and finally pen it all down.