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Museum: Black Knight Chronicles by Roger Hailey
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"Museum."..a new novel from author, Roger Hailey, first son of Master Novelist Arthur Hailey, launches the first in the series of "Black Knight Chronicles." Meet "The Black Knight," Michael Donley. Donley comes to the aid of recently incarcerated "New Fish" and, in their time of greatest need, befriends them and chronicles their stories. In "Chronicle One," the reader meets wealthy Miami businessman, Johnny Rainco, and his wife, Lisa, and follows their lives through marital infidelities as their two worlds collide. Rainco is arrested and jailed for domestic violence and the reader is catapulted into the American prison system, where they learn about the novel's characters through the eyes of this rather special inmate narrator. There, they are confronted by the "Sharks"; hardened inmates who prey on "New Fish," like the newly incarcerated Rainco. Convinced he has lost control of his marriage, Rainco makes a terrible decision and plots revenge against his wife with the aid of a sinister criminal. His eventual release and reunion with his wife ignite the story and rocket the reader onto a tension-filled roller coaster ride in the best Hitchcock tradition. Targeting the tragedy of domestic violence, "Museum" is sure to attract attention and raise awareness.
Release date Australia
April 12th, 2004
Country of Publication
United States
black & white illustrations
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