Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Litfuse Review: Driver Confessional


Since my favorite genre is Inspirational Suspense, I was honored by the chance to review Driver Confessional by David Winters.

Driver Confessional tells the story of Buber ride-share driver, Antonio Semones, as he drives passengers along the streets of Washington D. C. part-time to help provide for his wife Sylvia and son Marc while he finishes law school.  As he waits outside The Palm, a posh eatery in Washington where the elite meet friends and complete business deals, for his next passenger, Antonio never could have imagined the danger that would soon be crossing his path. When Glynis Marshall leaves her briefcase in Antonio's Buber and is found murdered, he and his brother, Rocco, a homicide detective, are drawn into a deadly, high-stakes game of international espionage. How is the Russian mob involved with the death of the Vice President of Finance of Sentrex, an energy company that deals in nuclear power? Why is Marta, Sylvia's childhood best friend and Rocco's girlfriend, kidnapped? Will anyone else die before the murderer is caught? Pick up your copy of Driver Confessional, the first release in the Driver Series by David L. Winter, to dodge bullets and join high-speed car chases with Antonio and Rocco as they race to find the answers to these questions and stop the bad guys.


About the Author:

David L. Winters is an award-winning author, humorist, and speaker who lives in the suburbs of Washington, D. C. His first book, "Sabbatical of the Mind: The Journey from Anxiety to Peace,"  won the Silver Illumination Award from the Jenkins Group and two Finalist Medals from the Next Generation Indies Book Awards. David enjoys the outdoors, working out, worshipping, tennis, Wolf Trap Farm Park, and Losing to Live. You can learn more about David and his books at his website and blog, Facebook and Twitter.




Where to Buy:

Author's Website
Amazon
CBD - Christianbook
Barnes and Noble

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