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« on: May 05, 2006, 10:51:03 AM »

HAUNTED HERITAGE AND OTHER STORIES
ISBN: 1-4241-0680-X
PUBLISHED BY PUBLISHAMERICA, LLLP

www.publishamerica.com

Baltimore
 
 
PRESS RELEASE
Click  Now Available link to go direct to Publishamerica's online bookstore

HAUNTED HERITAGE AND OTHER STORIES 
 
 
PAGES: 131
Retail Price: US$19.95, £12.50
5.50’’ X 8.50’’
 
 
 
CONTACT:
ALBERT WILLIAMS :
tel:078 598 461 68/01293-402-517
email: albertwilliams2006@yahoo.co.uk
 
PUBLISHAMERICA:
 tel:1-301-695 1707/
email:support@publishamerica.com
 
 
Haunted Heritage and Other stories  (ISBN: 1-4241-0680-X) Iis now available online at all major bookdealers online.
 
The book, published by independent, traditional publisher, PublishAmerica, based in Frederick, Maryland, USA from January, 23 2006, is  available directly from the publisher’s website: http://www.publishamerica.com, as well as through wholesalers: Ingram; Baker Taylor, and Brodart Company, and retailers, Barns and Noble and WH Smith. 
The publication, which is Williams’ 4th publication, is also be available from online bookstores: Amazon.com Borders.com, BN.com, Chapters.com and a bookstore near you.
 
 
 "Let me assure you that it will be appreciated by users especially lovers of Caribbean literature"
 
Davina Jones
Libarian
Public Library-Roseau Dominica
 
Haunted Heritage, a tale about Margaret, a Dominican nurse returning to her homeland accompanied by her British husband. She soon becomes the joke of the village when she appears to be overtaken by bouts of manic depression as diagnosed by a psychiatrist…

 

 

But as the story unfolds, to the bemusement of her husband, Phillip, Margaret, is later hailed as one of the towns famous residents when not only is she discovered to be the descendent of a famous writer, but also has a celebrated manuscript of her own.

 

 

Other stories in this collection:, I’ve Seen it all before’, Baby in the Middle’, ‘Nature Guide’ Recipe For Murder’ , ‘The Little Lamb’ Dear Sisters,’ 'My little Lamb'‘The Storm and ’ ‘A Christmas Story’,  explore the lives of seemingly ordinary characters ,thrown into unusual situations.

 

The book also includes the love poem, GODDESS.

 

 

This publication will provide  many hours of pleasant reading that will have you gagging for more from the same source.

 



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Albert Williams was born in Emsworth, England in 1962.

 

His previous publications include the poetry titles:

·    Honourable Natty Dread 1982

·    One Dominica-Odes for I beloved 1985

·    Through the Far Eye –1996

 

Williams is currently working on his first novel.

 

 

 

 

copyright2005 Albert Williams

 

 

 
 

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author of Honourable Natty Dead
One Dominica-Odes For I beloved
Through the Far Eye
Haunted Heritage and Other Stories


http://www.freewebs.com/albertwilliams
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« Reply #1 on: July 17, 2006, 09:19:39 AM »

Albert Williams,

    I just finished reading your book, "Haunted Hertitage and Other Stories."
I loved it and just posted my review in this section for you and all to see.
As a fellow author myself, I would like to say I feel you have a natural gift with words.  You position them in such a way they come out of the story and present themselves as real as you or I.

    I look forward to reading more of your work.

             
                               May God Bless

                                        Tempie King
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