Monique the book

Monique the book from Fox Emerson

By: Fox Emerson  02/01/2016
Keywords: violence, criminal, drug trafficking

Sex, drugs and violence; all in a night’s work for Monique. A young and vulnerable girl is pulled into a world of drugs and cruelty by perverse and devious people. Trapped by an invisible prison of fear that is created by those who use her, she finds herself in a shocking world that she cannot escape. Just as her life begins to spiral out of control, she is forced into prostitution by her abusive and sadistic boyfriend. When she becomes pregnant and flees with her unborn child, she meets the first person who can really help her. But can she escape her past and create a future for her daughter? Later in her life, while transporting thousands of pounds of drugs across the European border, Monique plays a risky game with the police. Monique is based on a true story exploring the dark world of drug-trafficking and prostitution with an honest tell-all voice. Monique is due for release on the 3rd of January, 2016 and as available as an eBook on Amazon Kindle. Depending on your region (ie, AU, UK, US etc.) please go to Google and type in Fox Emerson Monique Amazon and locate the book. Alternatively, go to your country Amazon and search Monique from there. The paperback version is now available at Amazon Createspace here to customers in the United States, United Kingdom and Europe. The paperback version will be available to extended distribution partners outside of these areas, such as Australia, Asia after the 10th of January. “I met with the central character several times over the course of a year as I wrote the book, I found her life story fascinating, almost something I would expect to read in a book, or watch in a movie. I never thought I’d meet someone who’s life was so different. When Monique allowed me to write her book, i wondered if I would do it justice, whether I could be that voice that could bring her tale to the reader and make her proud. I hope I’ve done that, I really hope that the reader finds the story as interesting as I did in writing it”

Keywords: criminal, drug trafficking, violence