Intersections: A Convoluted Romance

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When two five-year-olds -- Richard and Wanda -- square off on the sidewalk, little do they know that they have both taken the first step on their roads of life. Wanda's road winds through the squalid world of cheap sensuality and the sex industry; Richard's passes through the sleazy realm of corporate politics. Both these roads are destined to intersect and eventually merge.

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  • Category: Fiction » Coming of age
  • Words: 92,820
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781301814169
About Dan Pelton

Dan Pelton is a journalist and writer who was born in Montreal, lived the majority of his life in Ontario and currently resides in Nanaimo, B.C.
He has worked as a sportswriter, news reporter and magazine editor.
Intersections: A Convoluted Romance,is his second novel. His first, the Predergast Parallels, was self-published in 1999.


Review by: Rhiannon McCudden on May 7, 2013 :
This is truely a wonderful story. It has made me laugh and cry.Good and bad. Has brought back some chilling memories and some good old memories too! The copy I have was sent to me by a family member and was in like word pad format which made it difficult to follow. Now I have this one I can re-read it with even more pleasure. Great intriguing,halarious,invigorating read.Well done Danpelton.Looking forward to reading more of your books.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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