Local author launches first novel
Kansas City, KS, Nov. 1--Local writer and poet, Daniel Sink, debuted his Crime/Drama Novel, "Stovepipe", on October 26, 2013. He is planning on appearing at local bookstores in the Kansas City area for book signings and readings.
Sink, a local paramedic and firefighter, has been working on his first novel for the past year while raising his family in Kansas City.
Set in Kansas City, "Stovepipe" is a story of Rance Kerrington, a young security guard who feels his life is a failure. On a cold night, he encounters a mortally wounded stranger in an abandoned rail car. Rance helps the alluring man, but he later discovers that this stranger is a relentless professional killer, who is wanted for assassinating a star federal witness. Now permanently crippled, the deadly assassin finds that he can no longer fulfill the physical obligations necessary for his work, and against his better judgment, the assassin choses Rance as his pupil. Rance is reborn to an intriguing life of training camps, explosives, and murder. He is seduced by money and expensive cars, until he discovers that there is a price to pay. Innocent people get killed, and Rance struggles with his own morals. He finds himself stuck when walking away is not an option. Now he must pay the ultimate price when his own life is at stake.
To learn more about Daniel, visit danielsink.net. "Stovepipe" is available at amazon.com on paperback and kindle.
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