King, The

King, The

Meet Vince Kingmyle, fantasist, philistine, entrepreneur, misogynist and golf bore.


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Meet Vince Kingmyle, fantasist, philistine, entrepreneur, misogynist and golf bore.
Vince runs a company promoting golf tourism in Edinburgh and has big plans, at least in his own mind, to which end he enlists the help of an old work colleague, Sean Monaghan, to build up his IT system.
Sean is diffident and cultured, and suffers Vince for the money, but when new recruit Lucy appears on the scene and they uncover Vince's secrets, he finally decides enough is enough.
Brimming with humour and mischief, The King will keep you turning pages with a smile right to the very end.

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The King Tom Locke Roundfire Books In the pages of Tom Locke's deftly crafted novel, "The King", readers will be introduced to Vince Kingmyle, a fantasist, a philistine, an entrepreneur, a misogynist and a golf bore. Vince runs a company promoting golf tourism in Edinburgh and has big plans, at least in his own mind, to which end he enlists the help of an old work colleague, Sean Monaghan, to build up his IT system. Sean is diffident and cultured, and suffers Vince for the money, but when new recruit Lucy appears on the scene and they uncover Vince's secrets, he finally decides enough is enough. Brimming with humor and mischief, "The King" is an unfailingly entertaining and thoroughly absorbing read from beginning to end. Very highly recommended for community library General Fiction collections, it should be noted for personal reading lists that "The King" is also available in a Kindle edition ($7.99). Andy Jordan Reviewer ~ Andy Jordan, Midwest Book Review

ABOUT THE AUTHOR.
Tom Locke
Tom Locke Tom Locke has worked variously, as a computer programmer, systems analyst, VSO volunteer and civil servant. He studied Literature and Lingui...
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