Mech-Row: Wheels of Dreams

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iUniverse, 2008 - Fiction - 340 pages
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Through the blistering heat rising off the desert highway, Mark Axton deftly maneuvers a sports car at high speed. A test-driver for a major automobile magazine, the handsome, charismatic Axton lives a life of adventure that other men can only dream of. Yet as Axton and his assistant conduct their test-drive on this particular day, they are about to experience a chance encounter with a former racecar driver and his gruff mechanic that could change Axton's life, and the lives of every human being on the planet, forever.In Mech-Row we meet a cast of characters thrown together by the unbelievable invention of the first truly nonpolluting high-performance automobile. As Axton and his new partners attempt to build and test a working prototype, their lives become interwoven in the pursuit of a revolutionary wonder vehicle that could actually become the solution to the world's pollution crisis. Mech-Row takes us on a journey at a hundred miles per hour as Axton races to bring the amazing discovery to the world's attention. A fast-paced thriller, Mech-Row is a standout in a new type of fiction set against the backdrop of the modern-day plight of planet Earth.
 

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Contents

FIRST GEAR HEELS IN M TI
BRUNT OF THE STORM
N BLE CAUSE AND EFFECT
THIN
Copyright

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Tim Campbell is a golf writer with the Winnipeg Free Press, Score magazine and other golf publications. The allure of the game didn't present itself to Tim until his first lesson at the age of 12, a session he and brother Chris reluctantly attended, but the seed grew to an ever-increasing attraction and enthusiasm a short time later. A left-handed player himself, Tim's ongoing fascination is with the mental side of the game and trying to shave a shot or two off his single-digit handicap. Originally from the Guelph and Kitchener, Ontario area, Tim now makes his home in Winnipeg.

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