Author Charlie (Chawtoma) Davis’s new book “Incest: The Mystery of a Family Mess” is a potent drama centered on the complicated lives of two ex-lovers who share a child

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Recent release “Incest: The Mystery of a Family Mess” from Page Publishing author Charlie (Chawtoma) Davis is a gripping novel introducing Jack Rossini, a married detective who tries to establish a relationship with the autistic son he shares with an estranged former girlfriend. Things go horribly awry when his errors in judgement ultimately reach a devastating climax.

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Charlie (Chawtoma) Davis, a published author and Alabama native who is retired after a thirty-year career as a bus operator for New Jersey Transit and now ministers to the needs of the homeless and impoverished, among others, in his Newark community, has published his latest book “Incest: The Mystery of a Family Mess”: a suspenseful work of realistic fiction.

Davis writes, “’Incest: The Mystery of a Family Mess’ is a mystery that becomes a stigma, a stigma of shame and disgrace to the family. Life is at stake when incest is performed. Incest is like acid in the human family’s orchard because the stigma remains in the family’s bloodline for generations. Lisa Delafield being obsessed with Detective Jack Rossini caused a problem because Jack was only her baby’s father and not her husband. Sometimes revenge becomes an act of vengeance.
Incest, the family mess, is brutally taken for granted when Lisa can’t have her way.”

Published by Page Publishing, Charlie (Chawtoma) Davis’s engrossing book is a compelling tale that keeps the pages turning until the stunning conclusion.

Readers who wish to experience this work can purchase “Incest: The Mystery of a Family Mess” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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