Drag.Race | Artifice Book Three

By Robert C Roman

Draft 1 Posted Date: 5/5/2012

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About the Book:

Tee is the janitor at a small art museum in Philadelphia. Her past is lost to her in the depths of her amnesiac mind. She lives moment to moment, frozen in the eternal now. Her employers terrify her. Her fellow employees mystify her. Her only joy is found in maintaining the beauty of her surroundings. Micah and Ophilia are the owners and curators of the museum. They know the terrifying secret of Tee's past, but they are determined to keep it secret. It's not hard; they have bigger problems. The museum constantly teeters on the edge of bankruptcy, and Ophilia teeters constantly on the edge of insanity, driven there by Power she does not want. Micah and Ophilia's godson Matt and his angelic wife Michaela are pulled from his long delayed honeymoon by a series of museum thefts. The trail leads right back to Micah and Ophilia's museum. Matt and Michaela rush to warn the others, but will they make it in time? Will Micah find a way to keep Ophilia sane? And Will Tee find her past in time?

About the Author:

Bob combines a lifelong love of reading and a misspent youth into a bucket full of prose. People seem to like it. As long as they do, he'll keep writing it.

Author's Note:

This is the third book in the Artifice series. It is meant to stand alone, but it does contain short references to the two previous books. If the references make you think "*that* might make a good book", it might already be one BUT If there are references that just make you go WTF???, please let me know. Each Book country 'chapter' is one scene - the lack of 'chapters' is a deliberate choice to show timelessness - of the POV characters, one is stuck in eternal now, one is insane, one is delving into insanity, and two are on vacation. Thanks for taking the time to read!

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