The Capture of Art Instills in the reader an understanding of unconditional love. It will thrill the imagination with intrigue, mystery and the possibility of murder. The story will take you through the life of the main character, Olivia Anne Webster, from the quiet farmlands of Kansas in the early 1900's, to the busy life of New York. You will comprehend the incognito life with the mysterious Olivia in the secluded Japanese Seto Islands and empathize with her views of her confinement in an American-Japanese internment camp. You will feel her inner spirit and understand why she allows herself to become "The Capture of Art".
|Publisher:||Strategic Book Publishing|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||499 KB|
About the Author
Donna M. Villani was born in St. Louis, Missouri. She was brought up in a loving environment being the second child of August and Rosemary Eimer. She has five sisters and four brothers. She attended St. Paul’s Elementary in Fenton, Missouri and graduated from Bishop DuBourg High School in St. Louis, Missouri. She was accepted into the loving warm arms of the Frank and Juanita Villani family with her marriage to Ronald Frank Villani. She is a part owner/member of Laser Pace Technologies, LLC, an information technology provider located in St. Clair, Missouri. Her novel “The Capture of Art” began through a dream after the death of her Father in 1989 and was completed twelve years later. She now resides with her husband Ron and their German Shepherd Rex in Sullivan, Missouri.