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LADY OF THE ISLAND is Released

LADY OF THE ISLAND is Released

Spokane, WA

His experiences during his service in the US Navy coupled with his passion for writing has inspired author D. J. Atwood to come up with a story that brilliantly depicts the search for love in "Lady of the Island" (published by Xlibris). Based on the lives of the Filipina hostesses, this tale tells how a woman who looks for a better life found love and a trial instead.

Angela Montoya is a lady in all senses of the word. She works as a hostess in the Black Horse Bar in the Philippines. One marriage to a wealthy American turned disaster, she longs to find another American that will rescue her from a life of dismal poverty. When Angela met Pete, she was shocked by the unanticipated impact of true love. She cannot help but follow in her mother's footsteps when she finds herself with child. Five years after, Angela drove her true love, Pete, away. Eight thousand miles from home, she finds herself on trial for murder.


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