Masks of Morality

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Caryssa was a high-tech professional obsessed by the lure of power and money. Until her child came and nothing was about her anymore. She and friends make choices dramatically altering lives surrounding issues of human compassion, moral decision and the reality and spiritual costs of American politics. And what might a bloody dove found behind a Sausalito art gallery have to do with all this? More
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About T.L. Mumley

T.L. Mumley (born Teresa Lynn Sullivan) is a former senior marketing analyst in Silicon Valley, a mother, wife and happy homebody. She holds an A.S. in Fashion Merchandising from Lasell, a B.S. in Marketing from MCLA and an MBA from Northeastern. She is currently a Writer Coach for middle school students.
Fueled by dark chocolate and good red wine, she can be found skiing and hiking mountains, walking, writing or doing a downward facing dog while gardening.
Although she will always be a Bostonian at heart, she lives in the San Francisco Bay area with her husband and son.
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Ashton Jules reviewed on May 15, 2017

"T.L. Mumley's Masks of Morality beautifully captures the profound shift in consciousness many woman experience after childbirth while awakening them to a deeper purpose. Readers will enjoy the transformation of the main character Caryssa Flynn as she discovers a deep soul calling as a political activist and obsession to change a corrupt and broken political system. Masks of Morality is a stunning page turner until the end and relevant in todays political climate."
(reviewed 34 days after purchase)
Susan Kelly reviewed on April 30, 2017

This book is very extensive in describing its vision, which starts off by focusing on the paradigm shift that adults experience when going from a profession-centered life to a child-centered one. The transition is not an easy one and not one that is easily accepted or welcomed by adults today. But once it's completed, these adults don't look back and are satisfied with looking after and protecting their kin.

The most important aspect of the storyline in this book is the crude realization of the adult generation that this isn't the most suitable world for their children to grow up in. They make decisions, and decide to act and work towards an ideal world for their children to be raised in. The book, from this point onwards, has the most amazing and unforeseen twists and turns, making it a very enthralling read. It keeps you gripped to the edge of your seat, unable to put down the book. The characters, especially Caryssa, are very well described and have strong personality traits, and are easily decipherable. The descriptions in the story of scenes are very well written and make picturing the scenes really easy.

This book is one of a kind with a storyline like no other and is very unique in its goal. This is a must-read for every fiction and action lover. Don't miss out on this one!
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
Bruce Alan Jensen reviewed on April 30, 2017

Masks of Morality is a story about middle class people who are unhappy with many aspects of today's society and government's lack of support. T.L. compares the attitudes and motivation of many others and the potential to create an environment better for their children. It influenced my attitude. Good guiding messages for We The People.
Bruce J.
(reviewed 17 days after purchase)

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