Mr. Alexander by author Roger H. Panton is an intriguing story of deceit within a Jamaican family in ’70s London. In this book, readers will follow the Alexander family through their journey with those who are around them – it is a literary piece laced with intriguing scenes, unforgettable characters and an absorbing storyline.
Jamaican born Mr. Alexander loses his wife in a tragic accident. Six months later, Mr. Alexander’s son is born to Carmen, a friend of his daughter Mavis. As soon as the police renew their interest in the death of Mrs. Alexander, Mr. Alexander flees London to join Carmen and his newborn son in New York but things don’t go according to plan. Life seems to hang in the balance for Mr. Alexander and the only person who can set things right is daughter Mavis, but will she? More surprises await readers as the whole story unfolds in Mr. Alexander.
Intriguing, eye-opening, and filled with emotions, Mr. Alexander is a riveting read that everyone will surely find enjoyable and interesting.
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About the Author
Roger H Panton grew up in Portland, Jamaica, where he attended high school. He joined his parents in London in 1959. His love of storytelling was developed in Jamaica, taking part in school poetry-reading competitions.
He embarked on a journalism course before leaving the RAF in 1973, but gave it up for a Spanish studies course at Malaga University, Spain, in 1974. Mr Alexander is his first published work. He also writes poetry.
Roger retired after working in various branches of the civil service, and is now an HR consultant and mediator. He has written articles on mediation and is a former magistrate.