Contraband Set For Release In April

Contraband, the debut novel by Jamaican writer J.L. Campbell, will be released on April 2nd by Nevaeh Publishing, which is based in Georgia.
Set on the fictional island of Xantrope, Contraband follows the adventures of drug runner, Paul Weekes, who does whatever is necessary to survive.   On the fast but illegal road to riches, a trusted ally betrays him and his life spirals into chaos. The complications extend to his love life, and he falls into a web of extortion, kidnapping, and murder. Weekes is forced to make a choice between trafficking in illicit drugs and keeping his loved ones alive. 
 
The novel will be distributed by Baker & Taylor, Inc and Ingram Book Company.  It will also be available in Jamaica, as well as through the Nevaeh Publishing web site and Amazon.com.  The genre is contemporary fiction.

A second book by the same author, entitled Dissolution, will be published in October 2010.  Dissolution will be marketed as general fiction.