W. Clark Boutwell's “Exiles' Escape: Book 2 of Old Men and Infidels” Will Be Displayed at The London Book Fair 2023

Wednesday, February 8, 2023 at 6:06am UTC

ReadersMagnet will display the book “Exiles' Escape: Book 2 of Old Men and Infidels” by W. Clark Boutwell at The London Book Fair 2023 on April 18-20, 2023, at the Olympia London, Hammersmith Road, London W14 8UX UK.

“Exiles' Escape” is the second book in the compelling dystopian novel series Old Men and Infidels.

After being taken captive, Malila is dead – or that's what she wants everyone to believe, especially General Jourdaine and the entire Unity. She no longer wants any connection after learning that the Unity controls its people through illusion and thought manipulation. Malila has no choice but to escape her homeland and stay undercover in the Outlands in order to “see the stars.”

With war brewing between the Restructured States and the high-tech Unity, information is at a premium. Spies of various flavors abound. With the climax starting to build, readers will find themselves immersed in the tensions of the story unfolding.

A story of unexpected revelations, betrayal, and mistrust, this thought-provoking book will definitely blow the readers' minds in every chapter.

Want to read more of W. Clark Boutwell's “Exiles' Escape: Book 2 of Old Men and Infidels”? Get a copy of the book on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Interested readers should visit the book display at the ReadersMagnet exhibit booth at The London Book Fair 2023. Readers may want to read the first book Outland Exile first so they can follow the story's flow and conflict and empathize with each character.

“Exiles' Escape: Book 2 of Old Men and Infidels”
Author | W. Clark Boutwell
Published Date | February 6, 2018
Publisher | Indigo River Publishing
Genre | Political Science Fiction

Author Bio

Walter Clark Boutwell was born in Chicago and raised outside Philadelphia. Clark is a physician who has taught and practiced intensive care for newborn infants on four continents and eight countries, retiring after fifty years in medicine. He lives in a cabin in the woods in the hills of Tennessee with his “pound puppy”, BABE. He has been an avid solo hiker, backpacker, and climber since he was 11. Some of his stories are true. He has traveled extensively to Rwanda, Kenya, India, Ecuador, Zambia, and Ghana as a volunteer physician.

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