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By: Edwin William Vizor

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Pages: 176 Ratings: 5.0
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When Brendon arrived from Jamaica on the THS Windrush, all the streets were not paved in gold, but in snow. It took a few years to finally have his whole family with him including his youngest daughter Delphine, who succeeded against all odds, becoming deputy-head girl in school and representing her county in badminton. She met her first love, William, who was not only white but was also married with a daughter. Later they had a son, who they called Jack.

William’s work often took him away from home, spending lonely nights in hotel rooms. He found other ways to help his boredom. Tragedy struck in a horrific way. Families were split and the umbilical cord between mother and son was tested beyond belief. Will religion be the saviour?

Edwin Vizor was born in Birmingham (UK) in 1947. He grew up in a loving family having one sister, Lynda, who was two years older than him.

She was always very protective of him and very much played the big sister, which up until his teen years he had no objections to.

The majority of his working life was involved in sales and marketing on a self-employed basis.

More recently, he trained and graduated as a Professional Hypnotherapist.

This is his second novel. If Only, his first novel, was published last year.

His background has enabled him to empathize with the public, offering a lifetime of invaluable experiences, which as an author has helped him to write this novel.

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  • Carol wattkins

    Haven’t read it yet but the cover looks pretty and I also like the blurb,

  • Sophia june-adams

    I really enjoyed this book and it reminded me of my own life when I was younger. I too went through a lot and it has taken me a while to overcome what I have been through and this book really helped me do that.

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