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Press Release 2006
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For Immediate Release
December 13, 2006
Contact: Shawn Street – Public Relations
ISBN number: 1-4241-0259-6
PublishAmerica Presents The Chocolate Queen by Lee Brooks
Frederick, MD December 12, 2006 -- PublishAmerica is proud to present The Chocolate Queen by Lee Brooks of Thompson, Connecticut. Brooks’s fantasy novel takes readers to a world filled with betrayal, strife, the power of friendship, love, courage and destiny.
The land of Reverent is governed by a dutiful Ambassador with strict rules and regulations. In this land, chocolate is considered taboo and has been outlawed for 150 years. Hidden deep inside a dense forest, a city called Carmel is ruled by a loving Queen. In this land, chocolate is honored by all and celebrated as a sacred tradition.
Many battles have erupted between these opposing lands causing turmoil and segregation. The residents of Carmel could never be prepared for the traumatic chain of events that lies before them, events that could potentially cause their whole world to crumble.
Lee Brooks is a devout chocolate lover and a member of the Red Hats Queen Bees of Brooklyn. She lives in Northeastern Connecticut with her husband and two cats. When she is not enjoying chocolate, she can be found in her gardens. The Chocolate Queen is her first published book.
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