Recent release “Light of The Dove” from Page Publishing author R.A. Sales is a fascinating tale of the quantum connection between a mother and a son, the values of compassion and community versus competition and individualism, about racism and its deep hidden roots, about envy and the dangers of narcissism, and the unique role women and mothers play in making the world a better place.
(PRWEB) June 15, 2016
R.A. Sales, a dedicated writer and impassioned author, has completed his new book “Light of The Dove”: a dynamic and compelling story of a mother desperate to lead her son to the right path in his journey of self-rediscovery.
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, R.A. Sales’s moving tale follows Miles Alexander, the son of an Alabama sharecropper, and successful lawyer and businessman. Miles has set out to acquire a restaurant chain from the notorious, and reportedly racially intolerant, Costa Rican coffee baron, Humberto Cabrera, one of the wealthiest and most mysterious dons of Central America. Miles’s success however, has altered his belief system, hardened his political views and the values that shaped him, and distanced him from his roots and the inner-city community where he was born and raised.
Reid Lowell, scion of wealthy planters and former slave owners in Georgia, finds that his financial and lifestyle interests in the continued success of Alexander, Seasongood & Lowell’s vibrant Atlanta-based entertainment law practice far outweigh Miles’s personal interests, leading to a conflict between the two men that is nothing short of a clash of cultures. The law firm’s representation of rappers and others antithetical to Reid’s antebellum roots has led Reid to stray from the path his forefathers would have chosen for him, with disastrous consequences he could never have imagined.
Miles’s mother, Mary Rose, the Dove, senses the conflict in her son’s life, and fears for his future. Through a series of transpersonal (quantum entanglement) exchanges in The Calling, she summons Miles to his hometown in Ohio where she intends to share a vision of his future she hopes will lead him to change his life. Upon his arrival home, his mother suffers a major stroke, marking the beginning of his long and often painful journey of self-rediscovery. During the time spent in the glow of his mother’s Light, he rediscovers what is truly pleasing to his soul. Back at home, Miles is forced to confront issues of race prejudice, xenophobia, child poverty and hopelessness.
Readers who wish to experience this powerful work can purchase “Light of The Dove” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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