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Clone Roxy Petrifies in Mitchell’s:
THE MAD SISTER
2011 AWARD WINNING WRITER… Carol Denise Mitchell took one woman’s desire to kill her slum-lord landlord as the prime occasion to produce a Clone, in what is sure to be the best thriller of the year: THE MAD SISTER.
Mitchell thrives on the shock factor, delivering on the impossible in THE MAD SISTER, giving us “splendid characters [that] will stay with readers for a lifetime.” Mitchell, said to be “The Greatest Writer of our times,” by Yvonne Allen, Director of Sistaz N’ Motion - reinstates readers to the likes of outstanding characters like the ones in one of her most talked about novels, Rovella Starr, (The Love-Starved Bitch). THE MAD SISTER, which will be published by Publish America in 2012, pulls no punches when it comes to the virtuosity of having a live and vivid imagination.
“A lot of my writing is personal,” says Mitchell, whose novels can nominally be described as supreme Black life experiences. Mitchell loves exposing extraordinary circumstances and, unsettling portrayals of people on the far-flung border of reality that few authors mimic. In THE MAD SISTER, Mercy J. Diamond goes mad when she arrives home from the store to find her house on fire and her only sibling, 5-year old Roxy Diamond dead. Seizing madness by the horns, fifteen-year old Mercy sets out to become a skilled medical doctor and Yale has indeed produced in Mercy, the best medical doctor on the planet. However, Mercy has but one goal in mind: to bring baby “sis” Roxy Diamond back as a clone! And guess what? Dr. Mercy J. Diamond succeeds in delivering on the impracticable - when (with the help of cohort - Dr. Stanley Mead) Mercy flat out brings dead sister Roxy back to life. Over forty-years after her beloved sister’s mortal death, the new and improved Roxy Diamond is back as a stunning, powerful clone. By 2011 Roxy is primed to avenge sister, Dr. Mercy J. Diamond’s unmerciful takedown by the Parish Police. And guess what? Beautiful Roxy Ann Diamond is fiercer than THE MAD SISTER who created her!
September 2011, readers embraced Mitchell’s success with “What Happened to Suzy.” “Suzy” is still the author’s most requested book after more than twenty-years out of publication. Mitchell’s THE MAD SISTER is sure to equal the success of “Suzy” leaving readers wanting more. Dr. Diamond’s love for her deceased sister is one relationship that can’t be missed by anyone! And in the end, Mitchell gives us the ending that we all want.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Carol D. Mitchell, an expert fiction & non-fiction writer, is a member of the African American Literature Book Club, (AALBC); The Celebration of Women Writers, “The Mad Sister,” is a classic read. Mitchell authored -Rovella Starr, (A Love-Starved Bitch), (2008) & 2011 Award winning novel: What Happened to Suzy, (1994).
THE MAD SISTER
Carol D. Mitchell
Publisher: Publish America, (2012)
Contact: Rebecca Shapirro
Author’s Home: Oakley, California