The Social Issues Book
On Pink Purse International founder/owner, attorney, and former human rights/disability rights mediator and arbitrator Fey Ugokwe's multinational, social issues, debut bestseller on Amazon.com--Mystery & Thrillers, Large Print (paperback) and Caribbean & Latin American Historical Fiction (Kindle)--Wifey:
"A powerfully written exploration of the rites of power."
Wellesley Underground, 1/13/16:
Seattle Pi.com, 12/3/13:
Wellesley Magazine, Winter '14, "Fresh Ink" (p.19):
**When life as a curiously paired, young married couple in California--in the midst of the growing global, state, and national economic crisis--becomes literally unworkable, Rodney, an earnestly toiling, 25-year-old playboy of a husband, unilaterally determines that he and P.V., his ambitious but naive, 22-year-old exotic wife, should relocate to Texas. So P.V., a struggling sophomore realtor and avid foodie, and Rodney, a newly unemployed marketer and sports addict, sell virtually everything they own and embark upon a downsized existence in the heart of North Texas--Dallas. But an eerie and horrifying morning dream that P.V. previously experienced becomes a dark and ever-unfurling, pain-filled prophesy that ultimately threatens the very foundations of their humanity. Sex, depravity, despair, and an uneven pavement of good intentions lead to a black, one-way road with a shocking and hair-raising end.**
Settings: L.A., Miami, Dallas, Trinidad, and Australia.
Tags: psychological thriller, suspense, contemporary women's fiction, historical fiction, political fiction, christian suspense, food fiction
Available in paperback & Kindle at: Amazon.com & also available at: BarnesandNoble.com & other select i-retailers.