Local Novelist Tackles Issue of Inter-Racial Prejudice


June 18, 2014, Mobile, Alabama – From Zimbabwe, Africa to San Antonio, Texas, Valerie Massey Goree has seen more than her share of racial prejudice. In her latest novel, Colors of Deceit, she weaves a story of intrigue laced with a frank treatment of the sensitive issue of multi-ethnic marriage and heritage in a wealthy south Texas family. Set in Kerrville, Texas, with lots of local descriptions, this is a story sure to satisfy. Look for it wherever books are sold.


Valerie Massey Goree, an American Christian Fiction Writers Genesis Award winner, resides with her husband in the Texas Hill Country northwest of San Antonio. After serving as missionaries in Zimbabwe and raising two children, Glenn and Valerie returned to Texas. She worked in the public school system for many years, focusing on students with special needs. Now retired, Valerie spends her time writing and spoiling her grandchildren.


To learn more about Valerie’s books, go to www.valeriegoreeauthor.com.


To schedule interviews or speaking engagements with Valerie Goree, send email to valerie.goree@gmail.com. To obtain copies of Colors of Deceit, simply order from such popular retailers as Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Books-a-Million, and others by searching on the book's ISBN: 978-0-9888528-6-0. You may also ask your local bookstore or library to order it from Ingram, Spring Arbor, or Baker and Taylor using the above ISBN or you may purchase it directly from the publisher’s online bookstore.



About Parson Place Press


Parson Place Press is a small independent Christian publishing house located in Mobile, Alabama. The company was founded in April 2006 by pastor and author Rev. Michael L. White. You may contact Rev. White at P. O. Box 8277, Mobile, AL 36689-0277, by email to mlwhite@parsonplacepress.com or on the Web at www.parsonplacepress.com.


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