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The Daughters of Freya
by Michael Betcherman

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 0000000000

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards


Email is a new medium for the mystery, and Michael Betcherman has used it effectively in his tale, The Daughters of Freya. The reader receives a certain number of emails a day that move the story forward and you'll find yourself looking forward to receiving them. You never know who you're dealing with when you open yourself up to correspondents over the internet. The person on the other end could be perfectly honest or they could be the worst of criminals. So bear that in mind as you begin to read The Daughters of Freya. Samantha Dempsey, journalist, receives information that a girl has been lost to her family by joining a cult and they request her help in freeing the girl from this influence. Samantha accepts the challenge and writes the story. Only after it is published does she learn that she has only touched on the surface of a much larger problem. The question is how to dig up the information she needs. In her quest for answers, Samantha learns one ex-cult member has been murdered and that some very influential men are involved behind the scenes. Nothing is as it appears. An enjoyable tale that contains lots of surprises along the way. An adventure in a new format for the mystery. The Daughters of Freya will hold your interest and keep you reading. Recommended for something new.



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