#1 – Till Death Do Us Part
The book, Till Death Do Us Part, chronicles an Irish female student struggles to find her true sexual identity and later indulging in a committed lesbian relationship between herself and a recently graduated female Jamaican lawyer.
The book is almost entirely set in Jamaica where homosexuality is taboo; and a risky social behavior for anyone who publicly practices it.
Considered as a novel documenting the overall struggles of homosexuals in Jamaica; the book classified Jamaicans as being publicly intolerable to same gender relationships, while expressing the inner sufferings that gays usually have to endure in homophobic society.
No offense to any guilty reader, but I would tell you off hand that I am neither gay and do not indulge myself in any practice along that line.
I have a few friends who are gay (mostly those who are into lesbianism), but had never been coerced or pressured by them to accept their lifestyle or even indulge in it.
Frankly, as much as I had hanged out with quite a few women who are gay and have always considered them my friends, only a handful of them had ever shared their gender history challenges and fears with me.
But none of them had ever asked me to write about it, except for an old friend of mine who hails from Jamaica, and who felt that the story is old enough to reveal now.
I was only given a me a few sketchy details which had made it a little difficult for me to effectively write this book the way it probably should have been written.
But from the bits and pieces that she had given me, I was able to mix some facts with assumptions and put together a complete story, which of course can be contested.
So, in penning this book I can practically say that it is more of a sketchy chronicle of true story rather than a piece of fictional writing that some storyteller shares with you from around the corner.
Till Death Do Us Part goes on sale from Feb 25th 2013 on Amazon. It will certainly hurt your emotions not to get a copy.
#2 – Anatomy of a Serial Rapist
It usually has to take a seriously authored and intriguing script (story line) to make me look at a criminal mystery, drama or thriller movie beyond the first 15 minutes.
From my recollection, there have been a few good movies of that type, but there are many others where the entire plot just gets too boring, thus sending you off to bed sooner than a droopy 9 hour speech in the 1940’s from Stalin that you were forced into listening.
So when I first though about writing this book in early 2011, I actually had to spend almost nine months envisioning and mentally re-enacting the plot more than a hundred times before deciding to write the first line.
It took me that long to start writing because I knew I would have had to pen a thriller or drama novel that would be so intense, mind boggling, and electrifying that the reader must become fearful but unable to let go of the story as it progresses throughout the pages of the book.
Today that book, “Anatomy of a Serial Rapist”, has been penned almost to completion, and would offer nothing more than pages and pages of twisting suspense, shudder and goose bumps to the reader.
So for your curiosity, …….. here is a chronology of what the book is all about.
The Anatomy of a Serial Rapist is a novel that tells the agony that a frustrated and disillusioned London sex -crimes investigator had went through to trap an outright clever serial rapist who would always surgically remove the clitoris from the vagina of each of his many victims. Thus satisfying his psychopathic desire for the women to become psychologically reclusive and not being able to become sexually involved with anyone else again.
After all, a vagina without a clitoris (as small as it is) cannot become sexually stimulated, and cannot be urged into sex since the nerve within that element of a woman’s organ must establish communication with her brain so that she can be aroused in addition to having a sense of enjoyment and the unexplainable pleasures that sex brings.
Hence, I guess you can imagine that a series of women being drugged, raped, and then left with a missing clitoris every week in central London would be lifetime nightmare for would-be victims, and an unimaginable scale of headache for detectives running down an elusive serial rapist who leaves a trail that quickly goes cold.
Unlike your regular expected occurrence in a novel of this nature, I can assure you that this book would give you more thrill and psychological frustration than you can bargain for, ……. even to the last page.
This paperback novel goes on sale from the end of March 2013 on Amazon, and throughout all Barnes and Noble Bookstores worldwide.
#3 – Errors of Justice
I have always had a candid interest in law, but had actually quit my law studies at University during the late 90’s, and choose to study Computer Science instead, because in those days, it was, and still is a field that generates big money and perks easily (which of course would mean that you must have a major degree in the more advance aspects of computer science and software engineering, as in my case).
But after all those years, and maybe after enduring a silent state of resentment for not completing my law degree, I am heading to London in March 2013 to read for that coveted gradation that would certainly convert me into a learned attorney.
And while my prospective law degree may have served as a contributing factor here, my real inspiration for this book is based mostly upon my own experiences and dozens of judicial observations I have made in numerous cases where the legal system (primarily within the commonwealth), is sometimes riled with serious administrative flaws, and practices that is seemingly inconsistent with the framework of natural justice.
In this book, I sought to review several major cases in the British West Indies that were either flawed in their rulings or were unreliable from the inception as a result of errors propelled by administrative oversight, judicial prejudice, corruption or errors made by the police as a result of public misdirection or pressure from the media or other external forces.
In each instance I sought to establish several accepted legal precedents to support my observations, and would leave it to those that are (currently) more legally informed to analyze the wisdom of my arguments.
In putting the book together, I cautiously sought and obtain the advice of several prominent legal luminaries within the British legal system, in addition to a few within the rest of the commonwealth so as to ensure that the contents of my book would be beyond reproach.
Their names, endorsements, and respective contributions are therefore highlighted in all of the chapters of my book, notably in areas where they had guided my legal arguments.
Hence, I know that it would only be a matter of time before this piece of legal chronicle finds it way on to the research shelf of almost every criminal lawyer in the English speaking commonwealth, since it offers guidance on many administrative errors in the judicial process that can be successfully challenged.
This book is currently schedule for release in February 2014, since my publisher has shift its original August 2013 launch date so as to allow for another review of its content by a panel of accredited legal educators, after which it will go to print, depending on any need to make corrections or omissions.
I would keep potential users of this book posted as its release draws closer.
#4 – South of the Border
This book is really a chronicle of a several women who would have been tricked into prostitution after being trafficked by presumably genuine friends to sex shops in Europe and the Balkans.
If you can extract a similar scene from the movie “Taken”, then you would have an idea where this book may be going. But of course with a completely different twist that is sure to keep you on the edge of your seats.
The book is still midway, and my team does not wish for me to reveal anything more than this at the moment.
However, prior to its projected release in August 2013, I would update this posts to tell you some more, and as my publisher sees fit.