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J. Stewart Willis Exemplifies the Consequence of Gambling With Dire Opportunities by Risk Takers Regardless of Color

Former military and mayor author presents a brand-new concept of plot to the world of fiction, crime and suspense

Sperryville, Virginia, USA – WEBWIRE

The secret to a beautiful life is to live it every day, not to hasten it nor to cut it completely. When this nature is interrupted, surely a disaster will happen.

Mirrored in this book, “One Was Black and One Was White,” is a critical issue about childbirth and gestation. To keep at the same pace with the extreme activities of the modern everyday life, J. Stewart Willis illustrates in his book the peculiarly interesting idea of hastening the gestation period from 9 months into 7 for several, seemingly obvious, reasons which could primarily be lessening the time where a woman has to leave the company to give birth such as to prevent monetary losses while the potential employee is out, and in many other witty uses and benefits of for commercial world.
Inspired by the author’s combination of experiences, observances and reflection as a retired prominent military of his time and a former mayor of 9 years, “One Was Black and One Was White” realistically portrayed America’s situation of family and societal struggle blended in the suspense taste of fiction centering on the case of David Neale who worked for the National Institute of Health and got involved, with two other scientists, in an experiment that had been unveiled. This horrible experimentation haunted David who came to the verge of losing his family, his reputation and career all at once for such a gamble of opportunity. Left behind by these co-workers, David’s character imposes to typically the same opportunity-seeking people how it felt like to be nearly on top of the world with the devil and then to fall back again to redirect lives.
“One Was Black and One Was White” is available at Amazon.

One Was Black and One Was White
Written by J. Stewart Willis
Published by:  Readersmagnet LLC
Published date: March 15, 2018
Paperback price: $17.43
About the author
J. Stewart Willis is a graduate of the United States Military Academy and the graduate school of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He served in Taiwan and later in Vietnam as Signal Officer of the 173rd Airborne Brigade. He spent sixteen years of his military career as a Professor of Physics at the Military Academy. Following his retirement from the military, he worked for twelve years with TRW, Incorporated as a manager on the Department of Energy’s Nuclear Waste Project at Yucca Mountain in Nevada. He was mayor of the Town of Washington, Virginia (often referred to as Little Washington), for nine years. He lives in Sperryville, Virginia, with his greyhound/borzoi cross, Charlie. “Gestation Seven” is his first novel.

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 One Was Black
 One Was White
 J. Stewart Willis

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