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Author: Robert C. Brewster Narrator: Robert C. Brewster Publisher: Author's Republic Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: February 2016 ISBN: 9781518911002
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The King of Pop has gone diabolically mad! A peaceful city is shaken to its roots as it celebrates its 350th anniversary.

A ‘bomb blast’ rips through the bus station and kills six people and injuries countless others and an innocent man is being sent to jail for a crime he didn’t commit. The Queen and the Pope are both expected to arrive in Canada within two weeks of one another and Montreal is in turmoil. The Gippson Brothers farewell tour is also passing through the city and Zachary Gippson the new: ‘King of Pop’ has some very deceptive and deceitful plans for his minions of fans who would see him live, on this world tour. And Montreal’s vibrant and distinctive underworld is in chaos as its ‘Mafia capos’ are meeting with very untimely and mysterious deaths due to an unknown spirit who possesses them. Some of the tall ships from Marseilles France destined to dock in Montreal as part of the celebrations are disappearing at sea and some people are asking hard questions that demand answers. What the hell is going on here? Deceit Deception & Deliverance will have you hooked from the very first page.

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About the Author

Robert C. Brewster is the author of four previous fiction novels: No Borders No Boundaries, Deceit Deception & Deliverance, Light Up the World and Gentlemen and Pigs, as well as On the Road to Find Out; a nonfiction account of his days spent along the new jersey shore in the late sixties and early seventies.