After “the incident” and years of self-imposed exile, Desmond “Deetz’ Mac Innes returns to Wales. His father has died.
In the preceding years, Deetz became a skilled martial artist, slept with everyone – every which way – from San Francisco to Thailand, all the while improving his psychic powers and insightful wit.
But on his journey home, he is confronted by another problem, an old crush on his childhood best friend, Angus Reese, soon to be the 12th Earl of Glamorgan.
Amidst international intrigues and historical misrepresentations, between hozer beteshuva (“returning in repentance”) and fy anwylyd (“my beloved”), Deetz must lead a unique crew of talented reprobates, including a lusty talking dog and a vengeful chatty cat, to reveal the curious truth within the Roswell Discrepancy.
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“Definitely not your average tale!”
Five Star Review on Amazon By Patricia Nelson
What can I say? A.G. Davis has written a snarky, humorous, emotional, devious, wickedly delicious tale about Deetz and Angus. Best friends since they were boys, they and Deetz’s sister Ciara are summoned back to their childhood home to learn both of their fathers were murdered under suspicious circumstances. Recruited by the mysterious organization their fathers secretly worked for, Deetz, and Angus must navigate through the murky minefield of obstacles, power plays, lies, deception, farces, and deeply buried secrets without being killed themselves. Deetz and Angus discover that there’s much more between them than just friendship, and the journey to explore it may be the greatest danger of all. I was totally engrossed by this fascinating book, and hated to put it down. One-click this ASAP!!
About the Author
A.G. Davis is a writer and Desmond “Deetz” Mac Innes’s official biographer. The two met at an Aikido dojo in Chicago during Deetz’s wanderings away from himself. Davis has a doctorate degree in clinical psychology and has worked in social services as a therapist and a program administrator for over 30 years, helping people with wide-ranging backgrounds but who had one thing in common – they were trauma survivors looking for love. “The Roswell Discrepancy” is the start of a series of books focused on how longing and romance are experienced and lived differently by men. Davis currently lives just outside of Detroit, Michigan with a partner-amateur chef, “Mr. Grumpy”, a whimsical daughter-writer, “L.G.”, and an old, neurotic dog named Sadie.
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