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Employment History

Publisher
Wayne Brathwaite Publishing


AALBC.com LLC

Legal Assistant

Education



Medgar Evers College of the City University of New York



Oxford Commercial College

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Lloyd Hollis Crooks

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Lloyd Hollis Crooks

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Lloyd Hollis Crooks
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Lloyd Hollis Crooks was born and educated in the oil town of Fyzabad in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. He also attended Oxford Commercial College and Medgar Evers College of the City University of New York.
Crooks migrated to the United States in 1968, settling in Brooklyn, New York. Before leaving Trinidad & Tobago, he worked both as a Parliament and as a court reporter. In the office of Prime Minister, he covered several high level international conferences. In the U.S., Crooks worked as a legal assistant in various Wall Street law firms.
Mr. Crooks' travels to Africa, Europe, and the Caribbean have influenced not only his writing, but his love of music. He moonlights as a solo pianist; his hobbies are cricket and soccer; and has an avid passion for traversing the streets of New York City. He puts it aptly: "The streets give me the rythm; without it, I'm bare, and my story is sterile."
Click to buy Grenada Ghost Grenada Ghost: Romance, Suspense, Murder (Click to order on-line)
Author:Lloyd Hollis Crooks Publisher: Wayne Brathwaite Publishing
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Grenada Ghost, a provocative suspense thriller, crafted by Lloyd Hollis Crooks, centers on the solution the greenhorn detective, Lord Meath, brings to the puzzling tombstone epitaph which reads, "She was a mother without knowing it, and a wife, without letting her husband know it, except by her kind indulgence to him."
"Crooks is an exciting new voice in Caribbean literature. His language is rich and evocative, and his multilayered story of the immigrant experience is one to which all can relate"
The novel whose genesis is Fyzabad, a southern village in the twin-island Caribbean Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, erupts with passion, mystery, and murder on the American stage. "Crooks is an exciting new voice in Caribbean literature.
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Crooks further demonstrates his expertise as a writer as he intricately weaves within the central theme of suspense drama, sub themes which evoke compassion and empathy from the reader.


Lloyd Hollis Crooks

authors.aalbc.com [cached]

Lloyd Hollis Crooks

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Lloyd Hollis Crooks
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Lloyd Hollis Crooks was born and educated in the oil town of Fyzabad in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.He also attended Oxford Commercial College and Medgar Evers College of the City University of New York.
Crooks migrated to the United States in 1968, settling in Brooklyn, New York.Before leaving Trinidad & Tobago, he worked both as a Parliament and as a court reporter.In the office of Prime Minister, he covered several high level international conferences.In the U.S., Crooks worked as a legal assistant in various Wall Street law firms.
Mr. Crooks' travels to Africa, Europe, and the Caribbean have influenced not only his writing, but his love of music.He moonlights as a solo pianist; his hobbies are cricket and soccer; and has an avid passion for traversing the streets of New York City.He puts it aptly: "The streets give me the rythm; without it, I'm bare, and my story is sterile."
Click to buy Grenada GhostGrenada Ghost: Romance, Suspense, Murder(Click to order on-line)
Author: Lloyd Hollis CrooksPublisher: Wayne Brathwaite Publishing
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Grenada Ghost, a provocative suspense thriller, crafted by Lloyd Hollis Crooks, centers on the solution the greenhorn detective, Lord Meath, brings to the puzzling tombstone epitaph which reads, "She was a mother without knowing it, and a wife, without letting her husband know it, except by her kind indulgence to him."
"Crooks is an exciting new voice in Caribbean literature.His language is rich and evocative, and his multilayered story of the immigrant experience is one to which all can relate"
The novel whose genesis is Fyzabad, a southern village in the twin-island Caribbean Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, erupts with passion, mystery, and murder on the American stage."Crooks is an exciting new voice in Caribbean literature.
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Grenada Ghost encapsulates "the struggles, fortunes, politics, humor, and misdeeds of Caribbean people scattered throughout the diaspora ... Crooks is a brilliant storyteller," comments Dr. Arthur N. Lewin, Chair - Black and Hispanic Studies, Baruch College, New York.
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Crooks further demonstrates his expertise as a writer as he intricately weaves within the central theme of suspense drama, sub themes which evoke compassion and empathy from the reader.

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