Nick Sloan served his country as a decorated US Army sniper in Afghanistan. When he was discharged, Nick worked as a mechanic in his late father’s auto repair shop. Soon after, he was recruited as an assassin for the CIA, but all the violence disturbed him. Nick found a way to heal by helping a young boy walk again after a tragic accident. Nick’s story will peak your interest so high, you won’t want to put the book down.
About R. W. Lang (Las Vegas, Nevada Author)
When I was a teenager, I read all the James Bond novels by Ian Fleming and thought that some day I would like to write a novel too. I retired in February of 2012, and live in Mesquite, Nevada. In the first year of my retirement, I read over 100 books. It was through this experience the idea of writing a novel re-emerged.
In November of 2013, I told my wife about the story I wanted to write, and she started laughing, then said that she thought I was being facetious. She is not laughing anymore. In late November, I started the novel, Ghosts and Gold. In December of 2014, I decided to write the sequel, titled Ghosts and Murder. In the fall of 2015, I wrote the third and final book in the Ghosts series, Ghosts and Heroes. In May of 2016, I decided to try to write a thriller and started The Mechanic.
I had a lot of fun writing these stories and I hope you will enjoy them. I know my wife, Susan has because she was the editor for all four stories and has read them many times.