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Raw Nerve

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by Tim Rees  GB United Kingdom

December 1, 2016   |    2,120 reads    |   0 comments

Average: 5 (2 votes)

Raw Nerve (book) by Tim ReesA fast-paced political action thriller!

Set in 1997, Janice N. Mathias, the Governor of Georgia, looks set to be the next President of the United Sates of America - She also happens to be black.

How will the Ku Klux Klan respond?

Gideon is the man who makes the difference as he tears the dark veil from the face of white supremacy...

Author's Note: 

Raw Nerve is a novel I wrote in the 90's after asking myself the question: why didn't Colin Powell run for the White House? The moment I asked myself that question I began to write the book. Upon completion I was very quickly signed by a literary agent in New York. I think the junior editors in every publishing house wanted to publish, but the novel was seen as too controversial by every president and vice-president of the publishers. After Barack Obama was elected, I ceased pushing Raw Nerve. In 2012 I self-published Raw Nerve Amazon but quickly unpublished because I wasn't happy with the formatting, but a few months ago I was contacted by a reader who'd bought the book before I'd unpublished. The reader was writing to me because she wanted to know where she could buy a copy for a friend who she knew would love it so I promised her I would republish. And readers are really responding with two fantastic 5 star reviews already on Amazon's UK site.


About The Author

My background is BBC drama and before that the military. You can read about my life in the army in my memoir, In Sights: The Story Of A Welsh Guardsman, published by The History Press in 2013.

During my time with the BBC I made many films and dramas, including one about a period of my life titled, Mimosa Boys, which was broadcast on BBC1 as a Play For Today. It was a wonderful period where I worked with BAFTA and Emmy award winning directors. I left the BBC to focus on writing my own scripts and ended up writing the novel first so my story is set firmly on the page – my experience... more

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