She’s an outsider in a strange land, an African-American woman in Japan, and a xenophobic sexual predator is trying to kill her. She’d go to the police for help except for one small problem: the warrant out for her arrest.Purchase Book on Amazon
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Elizabeth Wilkerson was one of Silicon Valley’s first cyber-lawyers and now writes Afrofuturist thrillers about women caught in the cross-hairs of law, morality, and self-interest. Her latest novel, Tokyo Firewall, follows lawyer Alison Crane as she attempts to thwart a mysterious cyberstalker who’s hell-bent on destroying her life.
Elizabeth lived in Japan where she practiced securities law, studied butoh dance, and founded a company to present African-American culture to Japanese audiences. She also learned how to make perfect miso soup. A native of Cleveland, she graduated from Harvard and holds JD and MBA degrees from Stanford.
“The nail that sticks out gets hammered down.” — a Japanese proverb Japanese society is full of rules. Rules explicitly stated, and rules that are just in the air. When I moved to Japan, I unknowingly broke every rule. At first, people cut me some slack — I was a foreigner, fresh off the plane. But the longer I lived in Japan, the more I was expected to know the rules, toe the line. Here are 10 tips on how to go with the flow — and not be the nail that gets hammered … Read More about Don’t do this in Japan!