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That Girl Started Her Own Country by Holy Ghost Writer
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Oct 02, 12

Read in October, 2012

A book with a girl that goes by many names; the main character answers
to Pippi Longstocking, Ester Bilderberg, Her Highness, Prisoner
Princess and finally, Zaydee.
With the zesty entrepreneur now behind bars, the charismatic woman
begins her scheme. She precariously keeps her lover Steven Larson far
enough away so that he won't be hurt, takes pity on jail mate Rickey
Herlick and entices him with her charm, conveys authority to a voodoo
practicing Diablera, and convinces a follower on the inside to give
her a disguise. These are only a few of many riveting details which
take place in That Girl Started Her Own Country, the much awaited
sequel to The Sultan of Monte Cristo.
Written with gusto and heart, I didn't put the book down until I had
finished, and at that point was ready to read the next one.
Unfortunately, I will have to wait, the anticipation is killing me!
Will Zaydee escape prison? Will The FBI agent Michael Binder continue
to breathe down her neck? Will the princess ever meet up with Herlick
again? These are the things I wonder after reading this thrilling book.
The Holy Ghost Writer has proven once again to hold my interest and
provide an amazing read. Well done! I will most definitely encourage my
friends to read this book and series.
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