Sheldon Brown’s second and third novels are now available in Cayman.
Unholy Accord is described as “a fast-paced, suspense-filled thriller about a five-man terrorist sleeper cell, who are sent to the United States and Grand Cayman, to live and blend in amongst the locals until they are instructed to carry out simultaneous attacks against both countries.”
Mayflower is also available, billed as a “spy thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat as the riveting story about greed, distrust, lust, power, corruption, betrayal and revenge unfolds.” The plot involves MI6, Camana Bay and UK shenanigans.
The author Sheldon M. Brown, who is presently incarcerated, is a former gangster who has made the conscious decision to walk away from crime for the obvious reason; it simply does not pay, and is an extremely high-risk gamble, according to a release to the media.
He is concerned that not everyone who has lived a life of crime has a rationale, or the strength and determination to walk away from that negative lifestyle. That was the motivation for his first novel, Caribbean Cartels.
In it, he tries to reach out to the wayward, civil society and the government, which has the responsibility to create the necessary institutions to assist young people in receiving a proper education, and a chance to succeed.
All of his books are intended to not only entertain, but to make society and the wider world a safer and better place for all to live and coexist, the news release read. Sheldon has completed a fourth novel, which should be released in 2013 and an autobiography is also being planned.
All three novels are available in Books & Books, at Lulu.com and the Amazon Kindle Store.