Veil of Secrets

Learning your HIV can be devastating. That's what Nick Corvin believes. At least until he gets threatening phone call and someone uses him for target practice. Add in a handsome stranger, a few dead bodies, a missing relative, misleading birth records, a talisman once belonging to Vlad Tepes, and Nick realizes he needs answers to questions if he wants to stay alive. More

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Words: 137,620
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458113528
About Miles Geerhart

Miles Geerhart was born a true Washingtonian, raised in Seattle, Washington. He does, however, confess to spending several formidable years in exile in Carnation, WA. After reading one of The Hardy Boys books, he love for reading just became second nature. Never without some kind of reading material had Miles deciding to try his hand at writing for Tolt High School's newspaper, The Tolt .45. It wasn't until 2003 that he thought about writing a novel. He wrote Veil of Secrets in about a year, but after many rejection letters, he put it away on a shelf. In 2010, after hearing about eBooks, he revisited his novel and, after some serious re-writes and editing, published Veil of Secrets in January, 2011. Currently Miles is working on his new novel and looking forward to a mid- to late-summer release with Smashwords Publishing. When Miles isn't sequestered to his desk and laptop, he enjoys reading, watching movies, cooking, and spending time whenever possible with his friends and family. Two of his favorite hobbies are collecting coffee mugs from cities around the country and collecting statues of dolphins and whales, in addition to an unnatural desire to play hidden object games. Lately Miles has taken to reading the best of classic literature with such titles as The Count of Monte Cristo, Wuthering Heights, Paradise Lost, and Prufrock and Other Observations by T.S. Eliot now grace the bookshelves of his Kobo, Nook, and Kindle. Miles live in Sequim, Washington.


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