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Underground from Brixton by Bernard James

Underground from Brixton

by Bernard James

316 pages
A sexy narrative of danger and discovery.

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About the Book
Underground from Brixton is the first installment in the Sangster Fi' Manley series, a sexy narrative of danger and discovery that follows Marcella Jeanette Scott as she sets out on her quest to solve the mystery of her father's identity, but ends up stumbling onto secrets surrounding the untimely tragedy of her mother's death instead. To her surprise, simple queries concerning an absent father succeed in unleashing a Rude Bwoy's blood thirsty vendetta; one that he plans to carry out on the blunt force aggression of machetes and guns, posing a direct threat to Marcella as well as Jacob Lamont, the visiting Yankee Bwoy with whom she falls in love.

From the ghettos of West Kingston to the posh environs of London's West End unfold a series of events that at first appear random and seemingly unrelated... until an attempt is made on Marcella's life and the puzzle pieces of her difficult childhood begin to slowly align. As Marcella and Jacob join forces on an impossible journey, the question is whether they can keep each other safe... or will Jacob be subjected to the fate prescribed by the Rude Bwoy Lennox Graham, who at one point promises to "see to it before the week is out, that a river of blood flows through Brixton... and the prissy gal from St. Mary Parish will be its source."



About the Author
A "Techie" by profession but an Artist to his core, Bernard James studied Mathematics and Psychology as an undergrad and later received an MS in Software Engineering. After several years of Consulting for Fortune 100 Companies (on both Coasts and a multitude of stops in between), he finally decided to pursue his dream of becoming a published author. A Midwesterner by birth who claims New York City as the true source of his inspiration, James currently splits his time between Minneapolis and Brooklyn.



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