San Francisco, CA, July 02, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Peter Stoller is a consummate professional--as a British intelligence agent, he's at the top of his game and has never had trouble separating his work from his personal life. But when he meets cabbie Charles Toulson, his personal life takes a turn he wasn't expecting. In “St. Peter in Chains,” author M Pepper Langlinais explores what happens when a man in a high-stakes profession must maintain work/life balance.
While not the first spy story to feature a gay protagonist, “St. Peter in Chains” may be unique in that Peter’s sexuality is incidental to the story. “It wasn't a conscious decision,” says Pepper. “Maybe some writers plan out their characters, but mine are pretty much fully formed when I meet them. Writing becomes a getting-to-know-you process. Peter is gay for the same reason anyone is gay—because that's the way he is.”
“St. Peter in Chains” is initially available as a Kindle eBook from Amazon.com. Editions for other devices will be forthcoming.
For information about “St. Peter in Chains” and M Pepper Langlinais, please visit www.pepperwords.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pepper is available for interviews upon request.
About M Pepper Langlinais
M Pepper Langlinais is the author of The World Ends at Five and Other Stories and Letters to Rob, as well as a produced playwright and active screenwriter. Her most recent play, "Warm Bodies," was a selection for Source Theatre Festival in Washington DC and a finalist for the Valley Reparatory Company's Third Annual Lab Works, and was called “both proficient and touching” by DC Theatre Scene. Her novel The K-Pro, a paranormal romance, is forthcoming in Fall 2012.