Several determined and concerned women in influential positions at the United Nations unite to help solve hunger and poverty in their countries. What they encounter, what happens to each in the service of their country when they return home was unplanned.
Kirkus Review – ‘A Sorority of Angels brings together the unique stories of five women working as aides to influential diplomats. In a successful literary device, each woman is embroiled in a dangerous, violent scheme of personal revenge. These women are more than entitled to their retribution, and their actions add a layer of legitimacy and intrigue to their mission. The effect is immediate and dramatic. The interesting premise makes for an entertaining read with more than one unexpected turn.’
Member: ITW, MWA,DGA
Novels: A Sorority of Angels, Huntress, Unsafe Harbor, The Forgotten Mission.
NYU graduate, and owner of a NYC advertising service and film production company specializing in national tv commercials, with over three dozen awards. Lives on Long Island, NY.
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