Press Release – updated: Nov 14, 2019 06:00 EST
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va., November 14, 2019 (Newswire.com) – Candace Phillips-Anderson, a wife and grandmother of five who was inducted into the National Honor Society, has completed her most recent book “Brutality: The Third Eye”: a gripping read about a man’s mystical abilities that aid in his vengeance against those who wronged him.
Candace writes, “In the 90s, what happens when the world news is full of sucker punches, knocking out of teeth, underhanded deals, and blue lights and guns up and down urban streets? Terrance Burton, a suburban African-American man, along with his lovely family, decides to visit his parents. Love, good cooking, and laughter are a recipe for celebration.
After absorbing a joyful day, there comes a time when the fun has to end and it’s time to go home. It’s time for Terrance Burton and his family to leave and arrive at their humble abode.
In this area of the South, along with the reality of police brutality, what do you do when you are surrounded by blue lights in a country town with no streetlights? Unlike the norm, two bigot cops stomp out of their car, intending to make their quota: slaughter the skin that is not the color of their own.
Up close and personal, Terrance is introduced to the modern-day noose called a billy club. Dying is not acceptable. With the gift of The Third Eye, ruthlessly, Terrance promises to punish and destroy the lives of everyone involved.”
Published by Fulton Books, Candace Phillips-Anderson’s book contains an electrifying journey that unveils the darkness lurking in the society with a supernatural twist.
Follow the resolve of an African-American man with a gift of the third eye as he deals with the challenges of color intolerance and barbarity.
Readers who wish to experience this action-packed work can purchase “Brutality: The Third Eye” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, Books-A-Million or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books