“I think it is important for readers to either hate Zaydee or love her,” commented the illusive Holly Ghost Writer in a written interview.
HGW put Zaydee in a Miami Federal Detention Center where she was not content only to regain her freedom, but sought vengeance on the corrupt Judge and the FBI agent who were responsible for her imprisonment.
Much research was put into the history of secret societies such has the Skull and Bones and the Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo by HGW.
“I conducted extensive research into the real Skull and Bones of Yale and the real Bilderberg Group and other secret societies,” acknowledged the author. “The fictionalization of these societies including one that is as unknown as the SOMC have some similarities as well as they show potential abuses that can be achieved.”
The author continues, “You may remember reading a poem in That Girl Started Her Own Country about the Order of The Skull and Bones published in the Iconoclast. That is a real poem published in the 1800s about the powerful society. One of the mysteries of Skull and Bones is that one of its two founders is unknown and there are questions if the origins are European. Dantes conveniently solves these mysteries in book III of the series.”
The intricate plot of Anonymous Girl is woven through a maze of fragments of the author’s imagination to paint a picture of various lives from all over the world that are connected. The Anonymous Girl is a masterful literary piece of fiction from the illusive Holly Ghost Writer – whoever he or she may be. Someday will we find out?
The identity of the author is part of an international contest, and the first person to correctly name the HG Writer from the clues found in the Count of Monte Cristo sequels will receive a reward of $5,000. Visit the Holy Ghost Writer's Amazon Author Page for Details and see if you can discover the real identity of the author being heralded as the new Stieg Larsson for That Girl Started Her Own Country, the successor of Alexander Dumas for The Sultan of Monte Cristo and the next Ray Bradbury for The Boy Who Played with Dark Matter.
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