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SPOTLIGHT



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Sinopse

On January 6, 1972, ten-year-old Devin OKeefe takes part in a peaceful demonstration march through the Catholic ghetto of Bogside, Northern Ireland—never suspecting that the demonstration is doomed to become Bloody Sunday, and that he will watch the British Army kill his brother along with twelve other defenseless marchers. Wounded in the arm himself, Devin vows revenge on his British oppressors—and steps into a cycle of violence that will leave him with a shattered family and an empty heart.Eighteen years later, Devin has become an earnest rock-n-roller who uses his songs to relate the horrors hes seen to an international audience of millions. His American tour photographer, Fonda Blayne, is falling in love with him—but she has no idea that his brooding silences may be rooted in a very real danger. Devin hopes that hes left the violence of his homeland in the past—but some very powerful and deadly forces are hoping to take advantage of his life in the spotlight..."This beautiful and poignant tale of trauma and triumph is written with such style I found myself held captive with each word. SPOTLIGHT is an engrossing tale of horrifying proportion and bittersweet victory. Carole Bellacera has an impeccable talent as a story-teller with writing skills to match." --Karen Williams, Rhapsody Magazine, July 2000"Rarely has a book about the pop music scene grabbed me from the prologue and held me so totally immersed through the epilogue...This is one wonderful, awesome book...Ms. Bellacera showcases her wonderful skills as a writer with her dialogue, plotline, and characters. This authors talent is extraordinary and her obvious love of the Irish puts her storytelling on a par with the likes of Nora Roberts." --Betty Cox, Writers Club Romance Group on AOL"Last year, Carole Bellacera proved that she was a talent to watch. Now she is back in a big way, with another timely, emotional and thought provoking story. Irelands troubled history plays a key role in this totally gripping drama." --Jill Smith, Romantic Times Top Pick, 4 1/2 stars

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2011
    • Ano:  2015
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2000172561307
    • ISBN:  9781458082046

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