It’s a historical novel. It's a love story. It's frightening and exhilarating. It's a tale of modern day alchemy and the possible blessings and damnation that comes from that discovery.
When highly trained USNR pilot Doug Conyers finds himself being sent on a secret mission to Paris and Copenhagen via confidential Presidential orders, the last thing on his mind was falling in love. A chance meeting with a brilliant research scientist at a Copenhagen Jazz club leads them not only to the love of a lifetime but to the run of a lifetime. Anna has discovered the molecular secret from sulfur water that can revolutionize medicine or wipe out humanity. Denmark and Norway are invaded by Nazi Germany, and Anna must flee. Hiding in the secret passageway in Paris, Anna hides her discovery only to learn later that those closest to her are betraying her. A suspenseful love story set in the backdrop of a world in turmoil at the outset of WWII.
About S.A. Williams
S.A. Williams was educated in London, Paris, Madrid, Brussels, and Rome. Her international background has provided an unusual cultural fluency that flourishes in her novels. After a youth spent in the great capitals of Europe, Williams returned to her native New York after graduating from Syracuse University. Later earned her post-graduate credentials in Global Marketing and Management, Entrepreneurship, and The CEO Leadership Program from Wharton – the University of Pennsylvania, as well as Global Marketing and Strategic Management from Harvard Business School.
Her interests and background in business led to her founding a well-recognized media-buying company out of the Philadelphia region after working in radio and network TV. She was noted for her production of radio and TV commercials; she was also singled out by Billboard Magazine for her voice-over talent. In 2007, she was a keynote speaker at the American Bankers Association on "The Changing Landscape of Media."
A member of the Screen Actors Guild, Williams has worked on the set of noted films such as "The Age of Innocence," "The Sixth Sense," "Fallen," "Philadelphia," "Unbreakable," "Rocky Balboa" and more. Williams earned The Bronze, Silver, and Gold Medals from The London Academy of Dramatic Arts.
Anna's Secret Legacy phenomenal WWII book continues to the sequel, Mackenzie's Secret.
Anna's Secret Legacy
S.A. Williams, author of the critically acclaimed World War II epic "Anna's Secret Legacy," recently unveiled the suspenseful thriller's sequel in her new novel "Mackenzie's Secret." Williams is currently in talks with film and TV industry executives in Hollywood and those attending major festivals, including during the upcoming Toronto International Film Festival, with major plans to bring her stories to the screen.: "Larry Namer, founder of E! and Metal Global Entertainment Group Film Fund I, comments, "When I read Anna's Secret Legacy and Susan's latest book Mackenzie's Secret, I immediately saw the story's potential to be adapted for the screen, as a mini-series or a theatrical feature. War, espoiniage, intrigue, groundbreaking medical discoveries, all make for an exciting journey for audiences around the world." Please note that "Williams was featured in the September issue of L.A. Confidential and Manhattan magazine.