The Night Watchman
This story takes place in any city where there is street crime, street racing, and underground fighting. There is a young man that was in acar accident as a child and was left with physical limitations. Over these years a speech impairment made him want to withdraw from society, because of how people now saw him left him lonely.
A technology gave him strength and stamina beyond the average person, and he wanted to use these abilities to help out his city. The abilities that he gained improved and the side effects gave him abilities that he was learning to take advantage of.
He started to investigate a criminal that got him involved in some tight spots. He gained the most unlikely of friends that were involved withunderground activities.
His confidence grew, but when the time comes will he do the right thing?
Author Presents an Exciting Look at a Man that fights
Through his hardships in this New Novel!
About J.L Manning:
J.L. Manning authored "Changing the Little Things" in 2010 He has self-published three books through Authorhouse.com that have not been getting the attention that they deserve. The first book that he published was about Mars in the not too distant future. "The New Mars" is about vacationing on Mars. He wrote two more books that are connected to the first book about Mars, but they are not sequels.
The first book was published Dec. 14, 2006 by a pay to publisher, as were all six of these books. Now that he has some experience, in writing good books, he is looking for a mainstream publisher to get these and future books the attention they deserve. He did self-publish "The Night Watchman" with Publish America. He republished "Paradise Island" with Tate Publishing. "Changing the Little Things" is his most recently published book. by Trafford Publishing. He has many ideas for new books that he is hoping will sell.
He dreams a lot about places to get away to and doing things that he's not capable of doing. His books help people imagine being at these places and doing the things that he writes about.
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