What happens when a Black American billionaire with feral business instincts engages with a violent Sicilian Mafia family? Will his wealth become the justification for an affair that funds a migrant charity?
The billionaire and his wife, the migrant charity couple, and the Mafia family find that they are neighbors in the mysterious Nebrodi Mountains of Sicily.
Jerry Johnson, an African American billionaire from the Bronx, New York, and his young Spanish wife, Balencia Hidalgo, an accomplished artist, have renovated and enlarged their 18th-century residence in the small village of Gabiana in the Nebrodi Mountains.
The Johnson’s new neighbours are David and Eva Pretorius, who work for a refugee charity in Sicily.
Situated between the two couples is the Forio family, of which Salvatore (known as Shorty) is the head. Shorty has a wife and three married children living with him, and they are Mafia.
“This is a fast-paced, action-packed tale that skillfully showcases love, family, tragedy, and loss amidst a bevy of criminal activity.” – Blue Ink Reviews
(About the Author)
William Peace is a retired business executive who lives with his Italian wife and family for half the year at the edge of the Nebrodi Mountains.
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency, LL
Pub Date: 08/2022
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.63d