Horatio Walwyn is the sole owner of Walwyn Communications. He goes on vacation to Barbados and meets Agnes, the young attractive wife of a film producer, and Almin a gorgeous island hotel room service attendant. Agnes is an extremely affluent woman and she becomes his lover and financial supporter.Walwyn is obsessed by Almin's charisma so to secure her camaraderie the mendacious two-timing Walwyn promises to put her in one of his films. He offers her the leading role in his next movie called Bastard.A series of circumstances affect his plight. His secretary is pregnant and is having an abortion; and a paternity suit from a prostitute is on the agenda, but his married lover is oblivious to these activities; she gets him the money he needs.Bastard is an economic triumph but not without struggles for Almin and Walwyn. Almin becomes a star-A Barbadian Star.
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Rudy Parker lives in Toronto. He is a graduate of Ryerson University, the University of Kansas and Brandon University. He holds a Masters degree in Mass media?radio, television and film?and a teaching certification from Manitoba.He worked as an Education media consultant for the Saskatchewan Department of Education, responsible for the production of educational television for Saskatchewan Schools broadcasts and video library.Other jobs include research officer for the Saskatchewan department of Mineral Resources, school principal, several teaching positions, factory labourer insurance sales, military and more.In 1976 he was a Mayoral candidate for the City of Regina and in 1991 a candidate for Mayor of the city of Winnipeg. The Winnipeg Sun referred to him as ?man with a plan?, in reference to his plan for the city.He appeared on several radio and television stations in Regina, Saskatchewan; Winnipeg, Manitoba, and the Caribbean.
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Descripción iUniverse, 2005. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Brand New. 208 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.52 inches. This item is printed on demand. Nº de ref. de la librería zk0595377041