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WAYNE B. BLOCK
Attorney-at-Law & Author
Wayne and his wife, Annemarie, live in Miami and have two daughters, Alexandra (25) and Ilyssa (19). Wayne grew up in New York, and has also lived in St. Louis, London and Memphis. A graduate of Washington University in St. Louis and the University of Miami School Of Law, Wayne has been practicing law for over thirty years. He has worked as a prosecutor for Janet Reno, in-house counsel for the University of Miami, senior associate at the global law firm of Baker & Mckenzie, chief litigation counsel for International Paper Company, and general counsel for a prominent real estate company in Miami.
The Scorpion’s Tale was inspired in part by Wayne’s love of travel and the time he has spent in Las Vegas, St. Thomas, Ecuador, Italy, Brazil, Roatan, Chicago and many other places. The characters in the story were inspired by memorable people he has met in both his personal and professional life. Wayne is an avid scuba diver, kayaker, fisherman, golfer, boater and musician.
on Feb. 10, 2014 :
Keeps you guessing and wanting more
A compelling murder mystery reveals complex characters hiding dark secrets as they navigate the intricate twists, turns and moral dilemmas that propel them on a life and death journey across Europe, S. America and the Caribbean, leading to an inevitable catastrophic collision that may not even leave one last man (or woman) standing.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
on Feb. 07, 2014 :
This review is from: The Scorpion's Tale (Kindle Edition)
This book is much more than just a revenge motivated suspenseful thriller! This book gives you all of that and more. You want to keep turning those pages to see what happens next, but it's deeper than many other chase 'em crime thrillers. It is also a psychological thriller and delves into the genesis of sociopathy and violence. By the time you are finished, it challenges you to think twice about what you think you already believe about good versus evil and right versus wrong. A very enjoyable and interesting read.
(reviewed 40 days after purchase)
on Jan. 23, 2014 :
Great read! Lots of twists that keep the pages turning. Can't wait for the sequel.
(reviewed 25 days after purchase)