Lee Fullbright lives on San Diego’s beautiful peninsula with her dancing and writing partner, Baby Rae, a rescued Australian cattle dog.

I currently donate a potion of my book’s proceeds to CAPA– Child Abuse Protection Agency–and will continue doing so. I feel strongly about protecting kids, and getting smart about how to do just that, to the extent that I touch on the issue (non-graphically) in The Angry Woman Suite.

 

 

Historical psychological mystery about an unsolved celebrity double murder in Pennsylvania, in the early 1900s, and attendant fallout on an extremely fragile family, as told by three very different narrators: a girl yearning for autonomy, a young man in search of an identity, and an older man looking for justice. A Kirkus Critics’ pick and 2012 Discovery Award winner.

“Secrets and lies suffuse generations of one Pennsylvania family, creating a

vicious cycle of cruelty in this historical novel that spans the early 1900s to the

1960s … a superb debut that exposes the consequences of the choices we make and legacy’s sometimes excruciating embrace.”—Kirkus Reviews

 

Lee’s Cause:

The Child Abuse Protection Association

http://childabuseprevention.org/

To prevent and treat all forms of child abuse by creating changes in individuals, families and society that strengthen relationships and promote healing.”

“Healing Hearts and Homes”
 

Author Links:

Amazon:  http://www.amazon.com/The-Angry-Woman-Suite-ebook/dp/B007CLHQU2

Goodreads:   http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/13555924-the-angry-woman-suite

Facebook author page: http://www.facebook.com/#!/fullbrightlee

Website/Blog: http://leefullbright.com

 

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