March 25, 2011

A World I Never Made by James LePore

A World I Never Made is a novel of international suspense and mystery.  With mild to moderate expletives and violence, it is not suggested for those who are not mature readers.  Written from both Pat Nolan's and Megan's perspective, we are taken back and forth in time to enrapture the reader as author, James LePore, sheds light on the mysterious Megan and her ties to the influential and wealthy men of Europe.

Pat Nolan receives a call from the French police in Paris that his estranged daughter, Megan, has committed suicide and he is needed to come and identify the body.  Upon seeing that the woman laying in the morgue was not his daughter, he lies and says she is, setting him on a journey that will take him across France and into the Czech Republic to unravel the clues as to his daughters whereabouts.

Along the journey he is aided by policewoman, Catherine Laurance, who later becomes his love interest, the gypsies, who have sworn to protect Megan, for a cost and American FBI agent, Max French, whose agenda may not be what it seems.  Following the clues, Pat learns that his daughter is suspected of being a terrorist, and dodging the DST, Saudi Arabian secret agents and the French police, with his life at risk, he continues, each step closer to learning the truth.  With everyone on the hunt for Megan, Pat knows his daughter hasn't much time, will he make it to her to save her life or will the secret world of Megan finally catch up with her and be her final doom?

SYNOPSIS:
"Pat Nolan, an American man, is summoned to Paris to claim the body of his estranged daughter Megan, who has committed suicide. The body, however, is not Megan's and it becomes instantly clear to Pat that Megan staged this, that she is in serious trouble, and that she is calling to him for help."

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