Mitcham, United Kingdom (PRWEB) July 14, 2011
Set in the beautiful island of St. Vincent, and later in England, this stirring account takes readers on an emotive journey that introduces them to a young boy and the sentiments that surround his story. Readers can follow his gripping tale as author Dave Hamilton makes a debut in the publishing world with the release of his book Duncy.
Duncy is a West Indian saga created by its own manifestations. This dramatic and disturbing story, though common, is sure to give everyone a poignant read as it depicts the characters’ hurts and emotional turmoil. The story goes back into the very late 1950s—unfolding a one-sided love, a moment of lust, with consequences and pains that roll forth into the next decades.
Why can’t a mother love her child? Why can’t the choice of love be easier than the forces of indulgencies? Melda, a beautiful young lady, gets caught up in such dilemma. This unfortunate situation will cause unhappiness and evil friction towards the innocent child. How this child survives from one illness to another and from physical and mental abuse is yet to unravel as the story unfurls.
From a small island called St. Vincent to the mother country of England, a friendship has been built on sad issues with a Caucasian lady. Let Duncy reveal to readers similar stories that may echo their thoughts.
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About the Author
Dave Hamilton always wanted to write his first book for many years but nothing just happens before its time. It was a joy for him to put this story together. He used commonsense and experience to express his imaginations. He hopes he will continue to find interesting and exciting stories to write about. He wishes and trusts that this book gives off a good read and sincere feelings.
Duncy * by Dave Hamilton
Publication Date: August 9, 2010
Trade Paperback; £13.99; 219 pages; 978-1-4500-2456-3
Trade Hardback; £23.99; 219 pages; 978-1-4500-2457-0
eBook; £9.99 ;978-1-4500-2458-7
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