Purple Trees

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Lily Phelps suspects her teenage granddaughter Angie has been abused. Lily is frantic to learn the truth, but Angie isn’t talking. At the risk of losing Angie's love, Lily breaks the silence by confessing her own dark secrets and bravely facing the past so she can save the present—and her granddaughter. More
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About Ursula Wong

Ursula Wong writes gripping stories about strong women who struggle against impossible odds to achieve their dreams. Her work has appeared in Everyday Fiction, Spinetingler Magazine, Mystery Reader’s Journal, and the Insanity Tales anthologies. She is a professional speaker appearing regularly on TV and radio.

Her World War II historical fiction thriller Amber Wolf, the first in the Amber War series, is about a young Lithuanian woman who joins resistance fighters. Amber War, the second in the series, tells a little-known story of post-World War II Eastern Europe and the continuing fight against the Soviet occupation. Amber Widow, third book in the series, matches Eastern European radicals against Russia in a vicious game of nuclear chess. Black Amber, fourth book, has cyberterrorists attack the pipeline bringing natural gas from Russia into Germany. In Gypsy Amber, fifth book, Russia unleashes a devious plot to thwart China’s territorial expansion into Central Asia.

For more information about Ursula and her books, visit her website at http://ursulawong.wordpress.com.

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Vlad V. reviewed on April 17, 2014

Purple Trees is a story about a young girl who loses both her parents at a young age. Forced to fend for herself, Lily is in too deep, and she finds herself in financial trouble, surrounded by people she’s not sure she can trust. Some seem reliable, but others …

Relationships aren’t her forte either, but in order to satisfy her deceased father’s wish for her to marry and settle down, Lily ventures out into a world she is ill-equipped to navigate, encountering a variety of struggles that force her to look deep into herself. Sometimes she wins, and sometimes she loses, but the stress is too great, and soon she starts to see ghosts … or is she losing her mind?

At times sad, poignant, disturbing and amusing, this tale set in the rural New England of yesteryear is coupled with the stark, beautiful background of farming life, creating a compelling atmosphere in which to explore the grittiness of a life uncensored. Wong doesn’t pull any punches when dealing with family issues, so I’d say this book is not for the faint of heart. However, Lily’s struggles, family life, and the dark secret that defines her make for compelling reading.
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