“Driver Confessional” by David L. Winters

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Antonio, a law student and part-time ride-share driver, cruises the streets of Washington, D.C. for his next fare. His gentle manner and Italian good looks lead many to confess more than they intended. On a particularly dark night, a mysterious woman bares her soul and throws Antonio into a world of secrets. With his police officer brother and close circle of friends, he must solve a murder and thwart international terrorists before its too late.

David L. Winters

Driver Confessional takes you on a fast-paced ride through murder, mayhem, and intrigue!  The plot flies around Washington, DC, as Antonio struggles to find his way to a peaceful destination.  You won’t see the ending coming, as the twists and turns will keep you guessing page after page.

Antonio is a mysterious lead character.  He’s strong and faithful, with a touch of impatience and an uncanny ability to get people to open up.  That sometimes leads to very open conversations about faith, and they can seem almost pushy at times, but Antonio’s clear sense of purpose always shines through.

I loved reading about Antonio’s efforts to solve the mystery he finds himself in.  While Winters doesn’t write him as a touchy-feely guy, I most enjoyed the parts of the story when Antonio took the bull by the horns and took action.  I love mysteries, so this part of the story resonated with me the most.

The ending is particularly full of action, and it’s quite exciting.  I never would have predicted the ending, but I love the way that Winters wraps up the details. 

Driver Confessional is the first in a new series.  It’s definitely worth the read!

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David L Winters is an award-winning author, humorist and speaker, originally from Ohio, who lives in the suburbs of Washington, D.C. His first book, “Sabbatical of the Mind: The Journey from Anxiety to Peace,” won several awards including a Silver Illumination Award from the Jenkins Group and two Finalist Medals from the Next Generation Indies Book Awards.
Find out more about David at http://www.sabbaticalofthemind.net.
I received a free copy of Driver Confessional from LitFuse Publicity.  All opinions are my own.

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