In her new book, “Jamaican Rhapsody”, author Sigrid Williams makes use of classic romance novel tenets – love, betrayal, hate and revenge.
London (PRWEB) March 20, 2014
In her new book, “Jamaican Rhapsody” (published by AuthorHouse), author Sigrid Williams makes use of classic romance novel tenets – love, betrayal, hate and revenge.
“My friends suggested I write an autobiography about my colorful life,” Williams writes. “Instead, I preferred to take a certain period of my life and build a story around it.”
“Jamaican Rhapsody” starts as a love story, but complications arise when the lovers’ different lifestyles and cultures – German and Jamaican – clash.
An excerpt from “Jamaican Rhapsody”:
“‘You know that I love your children like my own. Two more wouldn’t be a problem with my own four. But I need something from you that I can get custody for them.’
Julie wrote a document and signed it. It felt strange to reckon with the possibility the killer might succeed. But she had known Jamaica could be dangerous, and now at least it was a concrete danger to face.”
Williams’ “Jamaican Rhapsody” will be featured at the 2014 London Book Fair, taking place April 8-10, 2014 at the Earls Court Exhibition Centre in London, England.