The Power and Danger of Spin
by Jerry Summers
Pub Date 02 Oct 2015
Sean Green, the spin doctor for many multimillion dollar companies, becomes infatuated with the idea of helping a beautiful woman take her apparel business to the next level. During the process, his best friend, biggest client, and mentor is murdered at one of Sean's homes.
Through Brazilian connections, lessons in using the power of sex, international marketing, and police investigations, the writer develops an array of characters and plot twists that keep you turning the pages. With knowledgeable research, straightforward language, and the ability to draw the reader into the current situation, you will lose yourself in the characters Jerry Summers has created and brought to life (and death) in his first novel in a series of "unmissable" books.
"This was a fast read simply because I couldn't put it down. Creative and realistic, this book combines romance with murder, suspense, mystery, crime and sex. It is one of those experiences where you are 'in' the story rather than reading it and having all sorts of thoughts and opinions about the characters and then you remember, 'Wait, they are not real!' I loved everywhere this book took me and I can't wait for the next book"
"Excellent read. The imagination and storyline was fun to read, and kept my interest. Thanks Jerry for your experience and creative prose."
"The bantering conversation between characters, the unexpected turn of events that takes it from a romance to a mystery and the details incorporated in the steamy scenes and crime scenes made this a real page turner! I highly recommend anyone who likes romance or murder mysteries give it a try! Can't wait for the next one. I don't want to give anything away, but...an avenging angel or angel of mercy (female Dexter?) could come from this series! I've already envisioned actors to play the various roles"
"I can use flowery, literary terminology. But the truth is, this is just a flat out, good read. If you like surprises, action, drama, it is all here."