Sons of the Father

I wasn’t sure what to think of Sons Of The Father (BearManor Media, 2014) when I started the narration, but the deeper I went into it, the more attached to it I became. It has a way of pulling you into its own little world, which I like.

Written by Janette Anderson, it’s the compelling story of Philip Vega, a powerful American mob figure who is obsessed with a young British woman — a married British woman, at that. He’s ready to do whatever it takes to have her, but then — well, you’ll just have to listen to the audiobook. It’s currently available in unabridged form on Audible, Amazon, and iTunes. Soon to be a major motion picture (no kidding!).