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Synopsis: Moral Injustice follows in the style of Turow's Presumed Innocent and Dearden's Fatal Attraction, whose audience enjoys reading a murder/suspense/thriller story.
About the Author: Originally from San Francisco, Paul has traveled extensively throughout his lifetime. From France to Tokyo to Australia to Georgia, (not by choice), you name it and he's probably been there. Suffering from middle child syndrome, Paul finds himself perpetually somewhere in between his overly responsible older brother, and his "what is it now," rebellious youngest sister. Rather than choosing his own identity, he decided to steal from both of them, thus resulting in this productively creative individual. In addition to Moral Injustice, Paul has written plays, one of which, “Aqua”, premiered at the Seattle Fringe Festival, March 8th-18th 2001. Other credits include short stories, and screenplays, one of which, "Order Up", made it into the final round of last year's Monterey Screenplay Contest. Also an actor, Paul has had numerous roles on episodic television shows: The Fugitive, In the Heat of the Night, Dark Justice and Silk Stockings; National commercial spots for: VW, Keystone and Miller Beer, as well as supporting roles in the independent features: Sunset After Dark, Illegal Entry, and Marina, all noted to complete his portfolio of possibly recognizable credits. Paul also worked on the Stephen King mini-series entitled Rose Red as a featured character named Harry Corbin, which was directed in Seattle by Craig R. Baxley. With a BA in Creative Writing from the University of Washington, Paul is also an alumnus of the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco. Mr. Brewster is represented by Topo Swope Talent in Seattle, WA, the Howard Hill Agency in Vancouver, BC and is an illustrious member of the Ancient Order of Shellbacks.
Title: Moral Injustice
Publisher: BookSurge Publishing
Book Condition: Good
Book Description Booksurge LLC, Charleston, South Carolina, U.S.A., 2002. Trade Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good. Signed by author and dated 6/7/02. Signed by Author(s). Book. Bookseller Inventory # 028076