TORONTO (PRWEB) June 07, 2017
The late John Lefler enjoyed writing motion picture screenplays, plays and books. His book “The Black Spot” (published by Xlibris in April of 2014) which is set for a new marketing campaign, tells a story about why second chances are sometimes elusive and why building a home is not as easy as just building a house.
Bruce Dawson and his wife Vivien’s plan was to find a new place to begin their lives with. In 1924, upon their arrival in New York coming from Europe, they thought that this could be the opportunity of their second chance.
When Vivien got pregnant, it was happy news at first, but when problems start to arise, the couple’s relationship begins to crumble, and the home that they try to build for many years is now being threatened. Will Bruce and Vivien survive their predicament?
“The Black Spot” invites readers to witness a harrowing tale about a couple’s desire to have a second chance in life and how fate becomes cruel to them.
“The Black Spot”
By John Lefler
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 258 pages | ISBN 9781493187164
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 258 pages | ISBN 9781493187171
E-Book | 258 pages | ISBN 9781493187157
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
The late John Lefler was born in a town near Pecs in Hungary. During World War II, he went to high school in the city of Pecs and went to Budapest to find any kind of job to support himself. He married a high school teacher, working then as a factory laborer. He left Hungary and came to Canada where he worked as a transport driver without use or understanding of the English language. He remarried baronessa Helen Podmaniczky and they live in Toronto.
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