"Rapstar" - In New Novel, Twin Babies of Different Races Prove His Wife Cheated
By: Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Co, LLC
"She knew that one of the babies wasn't Mr. Meyer's child, and it was really difficult for her to expose it. She knew that her husband was a nice man, sent from above, but this process had started nine months ago when she'd met an African named Daniel in a course she'd joined to improve her IT knowledge."
The albino grew up to become a rapper and was named after his father, Daniel.
"Daniel had seen that life was different and had wondered why he was an albino. He knew that his albino condition was not really noticeable like other albinos, and he suspected that something was really wrong with his parents' genes. He knew they were accusing him, but there was something wrong in their lives that they were hiding, especially his mother."
Lack of love and the absence of unity in family life are the themes that led Nigerian native Aliyo Momot to write this unforgettable thriller about a "Rapstar" with a troubled past.
About the Author: Aliyo Momot grew up in Nigeria and got married in Germany. His professional interests are writing and music production. He has been writing since 2003 and is working on his next books.
"This story is not only a fascinating read, but offers an insight into family dynamics and racial tensions. We are pleased to announce its release," said Robert Fletcher, CEO of Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Agency.
RAPSTAR (ISBN: 978-1-951530-