London (PRWEB) February 10, 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.”
About the Author
Sigrid Williams was born in 1951 in Munich. After she turned 18 she started exploring Europe, including Great Britain and Ireland. She then extended her journeys to Africa, and after the birth of her children, she crossed the whole continent of Africa with them in an old Land Rover. She then progressed to discovering the Caribbean, including parts of Central America and the United States. Today she lives in London, where she studies computing and publishing. In 2002, she got a national award for computer graphics and creative writing.
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