|About the Book|
The Scrivener’s Tale, sequel to Angus Brownfield’s Pool of Tears, finds the brightest of Stedwell Institutes’ strain of talking mice, Dorothy Mustt, sold into captivity by her former love. Burned once from trusting a human, Dorothy nonetheless growsMoreThe Scrivener’s Tale, sequel to Angus Brownfield’s Pool of Tears, finds the brightest of Stedwell Institutes’ strain of talking mice, Dorothy Mustt, sold into captivity by her former love. Burned once from trusting a human, Dorothy nonetheless grows to trust Gavin MacDonald, the man hired to ghost write her memoir. Little does she know that the memoir is merely a guise for learning the location of her fellow genetically enhanced mice so they can be procured for CIA use. Gavin soon becomes disgusted with these nefarious plans and schemes to free Dorothy and reunite her with her family. But Dorothy doesn’t know where they are and is afraid of the CIA finding them if she goes looking. Worst of all, her clan hates her for betraying them to a human. Can Gavin persuade her to escape? Can he possibly elude the CIA? Luckily, he’s in the company of a mouse who can outthink him before breakfast.About the AuthorAngus Brownfield has authored nine ebooks and a smattering of short stories and poetry. Hes been writing all his life but took the plunge into serious fiction in the ‘80s. While the subject matter of his writing ranges far and wide, his protagonists tend to be ordinary men and women facing extraordinary circumstances. His books frequently defy categorization, melding adventure with romance, mystery with satire, and tragedy with suspense. He especially enjoys drawing on the ambiance of Mexico and the Sonoran Desert for several of his novels.