Harmony Behind Bars by Sylva Kanderal
How does it feel to sit in prison at eighteen? In solitary confinement? When at the same time the peers play football, computer games, go dancing, and for the first time fall in love?
Ramon is a young, impulsive, often aggressive man who is constantly in conflict with people around him and justice, too. Joye O’Reilly, a psychiatrist, keeps her helping hand over him. He has no education, no money, no job, and no home. He possesses nothing except extraordinary musical talent and an exceptional voice.
As he visits Joye, he finds her injured and unconscious, lying on the floor. He organizes help, and with the paramedic comes the police, too. They arrest him immediately. His criminal past speaks against him.
What happens to Joye? Will she die or wake up from the coma? Find the police the real culprit? Will Ramon live innocently behind the bars? Or will he sing on the open-air stage and earn applause and money?
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I am a Swiss author. I have published two books in Germany with Novum Verlag and six others as a self-publisher with Kindle. I studied medicine and got two medical degrees in two different countries. I also graduated from the School of Writing in Hamburg, Germany, and attended an Art School in Zurich, Switzerland. I exhibited my paintings in Europe and in America and got for my works few awards. I was born in former Czechoslovakia, lived in Switzerland, and now in Florida. I am a mother of two children.