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The Abduction of Nelly Don by Patrice Williams Marks Review &** Giveaway** #TheAbductionofNellyDon

Do you love reading Crime Thrillers? Are you a fan of book based on TRUE LIFE STORIES?

If yes, then “The Abduction of Nelly Don” by Patrice Williams Marks is a perfect book for you!

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Based on a true story, this book will take you back in times to the 1930’s, exposing you to the hardships of THE GREAT DEPRESSION that forced people to leave the straight path and chose the world of crime!

It’s December 17, 1931. Self-made millionaire fashion designer Nelly Don steps out of her factory to head home, as she has a three month old son to care for, who is sick. There has been a lot of kidnapping and crime happening, the credit goes to THE GREAT DEPRESSION which is forcing individuals to chose the world of crime to make the ends meet.

Nelly is walking and had just covered halfway to driveway when armed men appear out of no where and start firing bullets, thereby kidnapping her. To pass some kind of message White flowers are left on her doorstep. The same thing had happened in the past too when a man was bound and thrown into water to drown, but eventually was shot as the kidnapper sensed that he might swim and save himself. In his case too white flowers were left behind!

Does this mean the same fate holds for Nelly too?  Will she manage to escape?

Buy your copy to find out more! Or even better why not ENTER THE GIVEAWAY TO WIN A FREE ECOPY HERE ITSELF! Giveaway open to US Residents only!

To ENTER leave a comment telling me about your favourite book of all times! Yes, its very simple and easy to enter.

Enter right away without wasting any time! The giveaway ends on 15th Aug 2015.

My review coming up soon! Stay tuned!

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1 Comment

  1. great book and getting good review. I love to read the whole book if ecopy available. Congrats to reviewer to get a chance to read such a nice historical thriller based on true incident during the difficult time of the great depression.

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