Lethal Assumed

Lost Tome Found

by Jeffrey Underwood



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 3/26/2012

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 236
ISBN : 9781475900040
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 236
ISBN : 9781475900057

About the Book

This is a story that synthesizes the big and the small in the Forbidden Tome. The time in Lethal Assumed has now become present day Seattle, the Emerald City by the sea. A beautiful, young ballerina develops uncertainties about her lover, Marius. In her search for the truth of his fidelity to her, she journeys fearfully and far. There is much mystery that propels her forward. She has allies who, in moments of grave doubt about the safety of her quest, assist in her discovery of the lost tome. The accident of its finding reveals so much.

Clearly, Amanda, the brave and wantonly beautiful ballerina is rarely prepared for the unraveling; the truth of her Marius. And what of Marius’s reaction? Does he respond sweetly to her suspicions or no? He must protect himself; aggressively one would assume. Does he choose himself, Amanda or a blend unforeseen in the beginning?

And what of those left suspended in the first tale? What is their fate? How real are Hansel and Gretel? What of their fortune? Are they just figments of the Brothers Grimm imaginations or are they more?

The intricacies are many, the fears are vast and the echoes of significance repeat without end. Let the mind relax as this second tale is told. Let that mind drift and be pulled. Not a reader of Lethal Assumed will regret that decision.

About the Author

Jeffrey Underwood graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in psychology. Though he has practiced as a Registered Nurse for many years, he comes from a family of published authors. This is his second foray into the realm of erotic fantasy. His first published work was the Forbidden Tome; Hansel and Gretel’s True Tale. He currently resides in Mountlake Terrace, Washington, a suburb of Seattle, and again hopes that those who read this second offering of his enjoy the time spent.