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The Abduction of Rupert DeVille Paperback – 2 Jul 2014
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Paul a prolific writer of different genre, plotted the Abduction story very well together with its aftermath.
I have also read some of his poetry touching on some very relevant subjects such as Domestic abuse.
His style is flowing and well written. I enjoyed reading this book. Very down to earth and unpretentious.
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Meanwhile the love of his life Carla becomes concerned when Rupert doesn’t make his regular morning call to her. After several attempts to reach him by phone, she telephones his employer, bookstore owner George. This is followed by an often hilarious attempt by George to locate his usually reliable employee while attempting to reassure Carla.
The adventures of these three become entangled with the police and spies in a sometimes unbelievable but always entertaining read.
White manages to keep the reader engaged, even when things occur that border on the absurd. It’s a fun story with an intricate plot. I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys an exciting read.
The characters are sweet and a bit humorous. They are so lifelike that even though I read the book months ago, I find myself wondering what thay are up to at this moment. Good job.