“Anger Love, Rage Peace”, begins twenty-six after “No Fury Like a Woman” leaves off. Where the main character Jackqueline “Jackie” Bloodworth is now seen in her early sixties. “Anger Love, Rage Peace” shows what has transpired not only in her life in the years since the assault on her, yet also what has transpired in many of the other characters of the past three novels, from “How To Ruin a Pearl”, to “The Pink Room” as well as from, “No Fury Like a Woman”.
This novel is partly to demonstrate how a victim of sexual assault may cope, as well as others coping with their losses in an act of terrorism experienced on American soil. Some as they recognize their past of unknowingly having been the victim, thus may demonstrate their life choices, of the past.
Vindication, would also be another description for this novel, as many of the characters from the other three novels show a sign of hope in humanity. Not always, yet quite often Karma enters the scene, as if to right a wrong, placing a band-aid on life’s atrocities.