Suburban Heat Chapter
One - Synopsis
Lady Melissa James-Cartwright is in her mid-40's, her attractive looks
just as sharp as the mind which was given the very best education, the very
best lifestyle and the best place within political circles.
When she receives word that her brother-in-law, Terrence O'Neill has
died of a heart attack, she attends the funeral at her sister’s old home - a home
where she was shunned from several years before. Lady Melissa James-Cartwright, the last of the Cartwright family line of daughters, travels
to Cacciatori Wake Manor for one reason only - to get her Nephew Xander O'Neill
and take him back to London.
With an ex-SAS Sergeant for a PA, Melissa attends the funeral alone and
later meets up with David Price, her PA, where they play a dangerous game of
Cat and Mouse with the local G-Cell who is led by Xanders' guardian Father
Richards, who is well known for his tainted religious order - The Church of the
New Faith. Hiding behind this non-ending loop of mass destructive bullshit,
Melissa and David need to find out whether there was any truth in the stories
surrounding the controversial Order.
Finding help in Stacey, Xander’s Personal Aid, a
meeting is arranged and events are set in motion where around every corner
there is danger, intrigue, sex, violence and the use of political power.
Exactly what Melissa and David have walked into, as they discover, is the
struggle of an age old war of Secret Orders, and the initiation of electing a
new leader for a new millennium - Xander O'Neill.
As the first chapter introduces the main cast that in the traditions of Cacciatori
Wake Manor set out before the reader, it is the further introduction of less
expected characters; Stacey, the loyal Aid to Xander, Giles, the puppet of
Father Richards, and Lord Beacham, the illusive visitor who is not all that he
seems when it comes to Lady Cartwright and David Price. A corner stone
foundation that build the rest of the story into a legendary epicentre of
intrigue, lust, jealousy and murder.
The fight for Xanders' custody will be harsh and intense, but most of
all for the winner of the son and heir, the cost may be greater than anyone
ever imagined. A twisted echo, a past voice and a ghost of the once living High
Hat of Cacciatori Wake Manor will have every proceeding chapter rock the very
foundations of the Establishment.
With a merging of "The Conspired Son", the new novel that was
to be launched in both 2010 and 2011, it is the overlapping storyline within
"Suburban Heat", that will bring to the forefront questions of a much
different kind - is this story true? Are the characters based on real people?
Will the novel be stopped from publication as "The Conspired Son" was
earlier this year? All these questions will be answered when "Suburban
Heat 1: Rise Of An Empire - Cacciatori Wake Manor Connection 1" is
released this year on eBook Only.
With a target set of 50 pages in the very first chapter, which was also
changed to that of "Cacciatori Wake Manor Connection", opposed to
"The London Connection", the latter will now become that of Chapter
Two, which is referred to as "Connection 1", "Connection
2", etc., etc., and will remain as such throughout the rest of the novel.
With a set page count it is hoped that if, at any time in the future the
novel needs to be/ or is ordered to be or becomes systematically censored by
any governing bodies in their wisdom to hush certain parchments of the story,
then it can be done in such a way that the reader does not have to see a huge
change or difference. As "Suburban Heat 1: Rise Of An Empire" is
completely 'Uncut', it will be released as such.
We look forward to sharing the novel with you.
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