Judicial Bias and Interference With A Mother’s Parental Rights, Among Kentucky’s Wealthy Equestrian Community, Explored in Riveting New Novel!

Thus begins a compelling new work UNBRIDLED INJUSTICE, by first time author Ellie Boatman, available through Outskirts Press at www.outskirtspress.com/unbridledinjustice. Based in part on actual events so controversial, the author was forced to assume a pen name. This unprecedented piece lays bare the workings of the Family Justice system where judges follow the Golden Rule; the one who has the most goal can make the rules!

Winchester, KY, July 25, 2005 --(PR.com)-- Ellie Conger knew life didn’t get much better than the one she enjoyed – three wonderful children, a successful business dealing in show horses, great friends, a socially prominent husband with influential connections in their community – but it only took a few pieces of paper to bring this idyllic life crashing down around her. Now Ellie is plunged into a complex and emotionally devastating legal war for custody of her children against a vindictive man bent, not merely on winning, but on her complete destruction.Set against the heady backdrops of Lexington, Kentucky’s equestrian community and the affluent horse show scene in West Palm Beach, Florida, UNBRIDLED INJUSTICE chronicles one mother’s struggle against a corrupt legal system where justice is only available to the highest bidder and the well being of children is secondary to the egos of lawyers, judges and psychologists.

Early reviews have been positive with critics and the public saying: ‘A chilling tale of the worst-and best-of women facing the legal system,” says Patsi Bale Cox, best selling author of two books on the New York Times Top 10. “DAMN THIS BOOK!! It took me for such an emotional roller coaster ride that I’ve yet to settle down. First shock, then anger, then fear, followed up by white-knuckled anger, pity and sadness. Worst part is that I couldn’t put it down!! But the best part was watching the blinding, fearless, exemplary courage of a single parent going up, virtually alone, against a mind-boggling system of injustice to protect her babies. This book is totally compelling and unforgettable.” says Tandy Rice, Nashville Entertainment Executive.

Fans of the legal genre and woman’s rights will be drawn to this novel as will active equestrians. Advance copies are available for perusal/review by contacting the author Ellie Boatman at ellieboatman@aol.com 

ISBN: 1-59800-058-6
Retail Price(s): $16.95
Size and Format(s): 6.14 x 9.21 Paperback
Page Count: 308
Availability: Ingram, Baker & Taylor, BN.com, Amazon.com, www.outskirtspress.com/unbridledinjustice

Author Contact:
Ellie Boatman, % UI Publishing Group LLC
P.O. Box 575
Winchester, KY 40392

Publisher Contact:
Jeanine Sampson
Outskirts Press, Inc.
10940 S. Parker Rd, #515
Parker, CO 80134
888.672.6657 ext. 704

Outskirts Press, Inc.
Jeanine Sampson
888.672.6657 ext. 704