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January 29, 2018
Haiti is a rough place, for decades ruled by the Duvalier family and their armed militia the Tonton Macoutes. In 1987, though, the last Duvalier was chased from the island. A military Junta took over the country, only to be winnowed into a committee of one, General Henri Namphy who vows to hold a free and fair election.
On November 29, 1987, the election is scheduled, but when the Tonton Macoutes, watched by the army, massacre a polling site in downtown Port-au-Prince, the idea of fair elections fades, and unimaginable consequences ensue.
For an affluent intellectual has recorded the massacre on videotape, and American reporter, Hilton Greene, discovers it. In exchange for the video, the intellectual puts his son in Greene’s hands. A Brevet Adoption, if you will.
Chased by the chief inspector of the Port-au-Prince police, Greene and the intellectual’s son move from one hope to the next as they evade capture and try to find a way out of Haiti, one that will ensure their safety and the integrity of the shocking videotape.
Bloody Sunday is a cat-and-mouse thriller in the best sense. Only time will tell who will win the chase, the breakaway reporter or the intrepid detective.
While you can find more at the link above, I am giving away bookplates to the first ten reviews on Amazon.com, and a signed copy of one of my books to the best review amongst that grouping.
You can find a full biography and bibliography at the above link to the Amazon author’s page. I have not published much material yet, but there is plenty to come in the next few months. In short, though, I am crazy.
I wasn’t diagnosed with Schizoaffective Disorder until 2017, though I had lived with it since 2003. While hallucinating and delusional on an almost daily basis, I managed to earn three degrees, finish several novels, and work as an international lawyer for several years. I have been writing since I was in the second-grade.
I have also opened a new email for business related to my writing. You can contact me, the publisher, at the linked email.