Fugue in C Minor by Vince Dickinson #spotlight


Songwriter Max Edgars is married to alluring record exec Elleny Edgars, drives a Jaguar and lives in luxury. But he can’t remember any of it. Elleny says he just hit his head. But a strange thin man claims a witch abducted him. Then an old man says he must have run away from his past life. Max wonders why he can’t write new songs. Why won’t Elleny answer his questions? And why is the thin man so familiar? Max takes a detour after a gig in KC, and heads to Iowa to unlock the mystery of his past.

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About the Author

Vince Dickinson holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Northwest Nazarene University, focusing specifically on 20th Century Literature. He was enamored with Herman Hesse and Albert Camus in college, but now his favorite author is Kurt Vonnegut. Dickinson and his wife have six children between them. They live in the Willamette Valley in Oregon, nestled right between the Cascade Mountains and the Pacific Ocean. They have several very happy cats. Dickinson’s blog can be viewed at: http://timdanklives.wordpress.com and you can “like” him on Facebook. Please feel free to write and post a review of this novel here at Amazon.com and at Goodreads.com. Fugue in C Minor is the fourth novel Dickinson started. It is the third he has finished. For more information about Stonehenge’s echos, check out http://www.sonicwonders.org/?p=1278 or go to http://www.maryhillmuseum.org/2013/visit/at-the-museum/gardens-grounds-and-ranch/stonehenge-memorial/about-stonehenge-memorial

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