Peoria, Ariz. (PRWEB) December 09, 2014
In three parts, author Robert D. Williams treats readers into a thrill ride into the mythical world of Rammsville – and the insanity that pervades the lives of various people. Fighting for what they believe in, these characters must endure the many consequences of mental instability and corruption in the exciting novel “Strange Tales of Rammsville.”
This novel is unique in that it presents the case of the people behind the science of mental healthcare as well as the ordinary persons who have loved ones affected by mental instability. Besides these characters, there is also an unknown threat intent upon stopping whatever advancements might be made in the field. Book One introduces Dr. Fronder and Moss, two people who believe that they might just be on the verge of preventive mental diseases. However, powerful forces block their success and cast Dr. Fronder into the strange world of the voiceless. Facing an uncertain future, he must endure frustration and somehow succeed. Book Two is about two women – one, a beautiful young woman of questionable morals and the other, a very wealthy mother – fighting over the mother’s son and then over business. Book Three brings readers to the powerful forces that have created the voiceless tribe. An evil attorney repents and works to free the group, including its original member –Dr. Fronder.
In this novel, readers are treated to a suspenseful ride into the city of Rammsville and all its dark shades. Sending out the message that people must do something more about insanity before the dangers go too high, Williams has created a veritable world that reverberates with thrill.
Strange Tales of Rammsville
By Robert D. Williams
Softcover | $19.99 | 183 pages | ISBN 9781493128624
Hardcover | $29.99 | 183 pages | ISBN 9781493128631
E-book | $3.99 | ISBN 9781493128648
About the Author
Robert D. Williams spent his early childhood in New Orleans. He served in the U.S Navy in the Pacific War. He received a Business Administration Degree from Tulane University, where he lettered for three years in track and captained the 1948 team. He held C.P.A. licenses in two states and worked in that profession. Having continued his running career, he has won many awards in track meets and road runs. He has presently retired, living with his beloved wife Connie – whom he married in 1948 – in an independent retirement community in Peoria, Arizona.
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