Rear View Mirror

Rear View Mirror Six years ago I was a Policeman in Liverpool I had the lot the wife the baby son the designer dog the exciting job and the dream house with the nice car parked outside Now Well I ve still got th

Six years ago I was a Policeman in Liverpool, I had the lot, the wife, the baby son, the designer dog, the exciting job and the dream house with the nice car parked outside Now Well, I ve still got the dog and that s about it My life changed in the space of two weeks and at the end of those two weeks I found myself lost and alone and wondering what had happened SlowlySix years ago I was a Policeman in Liverpool, I had the lot, the wife, the baby son, the designer dog, the exciting job and the dream house with the nice car parked outside Now Well, I ve still got the dog and that s about it My life changed in the space of two weeks and at the end of those two weeks I found myself lost and alone and wondering what had happened Slowly getting back on my feet I started driving a cab to pay for food for the designer dog, and by accident, over time, I rediscovered what was important in life Amongst the lost, the lonely, the lager louts and the lovers I found happiness again by telling the stories of the people who passed through my rear view mirror of a night The book is a collection of those stories, I hope it helps you find happiness in the Rear View Mirror too.

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  1. Tony Schumacher has written for The Guardian Newspaper, the Huffington Post, and many magazines He currently is working on the third book in the John Rossett series of thrillers, which are published worldwide by HarperCollins Schumacher s assured and atmospheric writing make this a memorable novel, reminiscent of writers from John Buchan to Ken Follett, and of directors from Alfred Hitchcock to Carol Reed Wall Street Journal Sept 14 a thrilling novel that poses some very challenging questions to the reader, and tells a fascinating story Mark Rubinstein Huffington Post By the last quarter of the book, I was in full unputdownable mode, and it wasn t a disappointment My Shelf Confessions You won t quickly forget the ending of this novel or the man who created it Schumacher is just getting started Bookloons Review

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Rear View Mirror Comment

  1. An entertaining collection of essays if you enjoyed Darkest Hour and British Lion this is definitely worth the time The writing shines through The bonus short stories were a surprise.



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