Rainy Faces

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AuthorHouse, Sep 8, 2006 - Fiction - 384 pages
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Margaret McCarter is the leader of the pack in a motorcycle club that joins Ron Mason's caravan to Daytona, the biggest motorcycle ride ever put together on the east coast. The ride brings together bikers from all over the northeast, including Ken O'Gara, a custom bike builder, farmer, and highly spiritual man whose abilities are wooed by the ride's organizers. The ride to Daytona becomes a saga of intrigue and murder when Ron's riders are threatened by the bizarre convictions of the members of Margaret's club who seek to take care of their own needs first. And their needs require them to maim and kill at random. The ride becomes a battle of survival in which the skills of motorcycle riding and the sanity of the bikers is tested to the limit. But the worst confrontation occurs when Ken O'Gara and Robin McManus, one of Margaret's female riders, fall in love. Margaret is not willing to let Robin go and she gets into a tug of war with Ken. The contest develops into a deadly battle, a battle in which Ken seems at a high disadvantage when Margaret and her club unleash all of their strange powers against him and stop at nothing to win Robin back. The drama intensifies even more when Margaret's past is revealed through the intervention of Robin's mother and best friend, Helen McManus. Undaunted, Margaret shoots back by disclosing the shocking truth about Robin's own roots. Rainy Faces is a story about more than just riders. It is an absorbing novel of twisted fate and drama to the very end. A must read for bikers.

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About the author (2006)

Eralides E. Cabrera is an attorney-author living in New Jersey. He is a graduate of Rutgers and Fordham University and has a law degree from Brooklyn Law School. His former novels have all been fiction with the exception of Lost Generation which is historical in nature. His second novel, Res Ipsa, was a tale of court room drama, acquiring its name sake from the legal doctrine of Res Ipsa Loquitur. Pleasant Valley, his third novel, is a significant shift into the realm of mystery and the occult. I Need a Miracle, Mr. Cabrera’s fourth novel, is an enjoyable story about the conversion of men of little faith. Mr. Cabrera also makes his home in Ocala, Florida, where he also practices law.

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