Missio by Tim Roux

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'A magical journey that sparkles with wit and shimmers with intelligence', Genevieve Graham, author of 'Under The Same Sky' and 'Cold Hands'.

Walking the rundown streets of his dockland neighbourhood searching for his cat, Stevie meets The Great Macaroni, a children's magician who spends his time trying to persuade his young audiences that his real magic is mere trickery.

He teaches Stevie that nothing in this world is as it appears, that teaspoons can fly, and that the future is never set even if it has already happened.

What he cannot tell him about are the two years of his life that Stevie will spend in absolute darkness.

About Tim Roux

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Born near Hull in the UK in 1954, Tim Roux was called to the Bar as a lawyer before working for over 20 years in business strategy and strategic brand marketing for a major multinational corporation.With degrees in both law and social sciences/psychology, and having worked as a volunteer for Amnesty International for several years, he is fascinated by the complex issues surrounding personal rights (human, civil and animal), and much of his writing is centred on these themes.
Published November 21, 2009 by Xlibris. 244 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Humor & Entertainment, Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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