Journalist and Alpharetta resident Monique Williams has published her first fiction novel, "Ghosts of the Sahara". The novel tells the story of an American investigative journalist who travels to the Sahara to meet her nemesis, The Torch, a rebel living deep inside the Sahara.
Williams says it is a story of international intrigue with a plot that transports the reader from Casablanca, through the Sahara where she is confronted by hostile tribes, to the dark alleys of Marrakech and to Milton and Atlanta.
The Unitarian Universalist Church in Roswell, The Crooked Creek Book Club and The Milton Sweet Tea Society have made "Ghosts of the Sahara" their selection for the months of December and January.
To read more about the book, reviews and learn about Monique Williams, visit her website. Copies of "Ghosts of the Sahara also can be bought online. To contact Monique, email firstname.lastname@example.org.