Saturday, 23 February 2013

Book Spotlight - The Japanese Dancer by Kevin Chapman

The Japanese Dancer

Marisa Garcia begins married life in Medellin, Colombia with a drunken cop who calls her frigid. She turns to a handsome young physician for help and becomes his lover. When she winds up pregnant, her lover  bandons her and her husband savagely beats her. As her daughter becomes a toddler, Marisa receives an invitation to a friend’s wedding gala in Japan. A nasty surprise awaits—her friend trades her for freedom from a debt to the Yakuza, which Marisa will be forced to pay by working as a dancer in the teatros—the sex clubs. Twelve hours a day she bares her body to strangers and must allow numerous men to violate her if she wants to survive. Halfway around the world, her family is threatened if she doesn’t cooperate. How did her life spiral to this depth and what hope does she have she can ever escape?

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About the Author
Kevin hails from Barrow-in-Furness, a shipbuilding and engineering town on the edge of the Lake District in the Northwest of England.
After completing an apprenticeship in Vickers Armstrong he started his life of travel that extends from India in the east to North and South America in the west. He is currently employed as a Project QA/QC Manager for a major Engineering and Construction company in Colombia.
Married twice, he has a daughter and son in England with their respective families and two sons living at home with his wife Marbella in Houston, Texas.

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