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T. Thomas Ackerman Releases ‘The Safehouse’ to Critic Acclaim: Novel Called a Call-To-Arms Against Domestic Violence

March 3, 2012

T. Thomas Ackerman and Outskirts Press are pleased to announce the release of ‘The Safehouse’ to critical acclaim by readers of this page-turning thriller that has been called a call-to-arms against domestic violence.

(PRWEB) March 03, 2012

Veteran author T. Thomas Ackerman is pleased to announce the release of his highly-praised thriller titled ‘The Safehouse’. Evolving around the grave challenges of domestic violence, readers are jettisoned into the world of Ackerman’s Detective Jessica Warren, and her life mission of protecting innocent women from predators.

‘The Safehouse’ is published by Outskirts Press, and is the second novel Outskirts has published by T. Thomas Ackerman. The Safehouse. Abusive husbands will wish they had never made contact with Detective Jessica Warren, Ackerman’s new police detective heroine who makes saving battered women her life’s mission – regardless of inadequate laws and dangerously violent, but basically cowardly men.

Domestic violence against women in the United States and abroad is a severe issue. In T. Thomas Ackerman’s ‘The Safehouse’ readers are given a front row seat as to the magnitude of injustice as they travel with Detective Jessica Warren, a clever defender of aggression who understands all too well how vulnerable women are in abusive relationships. And she’s not going to stand by and watch as innocent victims are injured or worse. The Safehouse is the story of Jessie Warren and the closely knit network of powerful women who aren’t willing to allow abusive men to hide behind inadequate laws. It’s the story of the victims she helps, some of whom learn to break out of the patterns holding them trapped. And it’s the story of how Jessie navigates the police system with pragmatism, intelligence, and heart to extend a helping hand to women in need. But with all the time and emotional energy she spends helping others, will she be able to maintain her own life balance? And will she be able to outsmart the one member of the police force who doesn’t approve of her unorthodox methods? True to life and riveting, The Safehouse will take you on a compelling journey to justice.

The abusive world of The Safehouse is one made tangibly real by author Ackerman, who is himself no stranger to the sometimes swept-under-the-carpet culture of domestic violence in this country. His father was a severe alcoholic and his mother died when she was only forty-seven, the victim of stress and illness from mental and physical abuse. His wife still suffers from neck pain that is the result of being violently strangled during her first marriage.

A continuing advocate of reform in this area, Ackerman will donate twenty-five percent of all royalties from the book to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence.

T. Thomas Ackerman lives in Connecticut with his family. He is also the author of For a Reason.

Midwest Book Review comments of The Safehouse, “A fine read that will grip the reader and not let go . . . Justice can sometimes be so hard to find. The Safehouse follows Detective Jessica Warren as she searches for justice as she joins with others in a crusade against domestic violence. But the law is not always on her side, and Jessica finds there are those who are working against her within it. Split between the law, her own goals, and standing against the evil that reeks in the world, The Safehouse is a fine read that will grip the reader and not let go.

Best-selling author Peter Thomas Senese commented, “The Safehouse is a well written, page turner that is equally a highly entertaining novel, but more importantly, it is a call-to-arms against domestic violence. This is a very important novel.”

THE Safehouse may be purchased by visiting Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Outskirts Press.

For more information or to contact the author, visit: Outskirt Press.

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