Texas Politician's Kidnapped Child Exchanged for Death Row Drug Boss in "Margaret in Berlin" - New Book 12 in the Margaret of Greenwich® series by R. L. Rhyse

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New Book: Texas Politician's Kidnapped Child Exchanged for Death Row Drug Boss. Global Baby-Selling Gang Busted.

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There is the justice of lawyers and the courtroom, and the justice of The Prophets and of God.

"Hacking into my medical record wouldn’t be hard for my boyfriend, Randy. His computer professor at Yale had described him as 'a genius.'" Thus begins "Margaret in Berlin," Book Twelve in the Margaret of Greenwich® Young Adult series by R. L. Rhyse and published by Wyston Books, Inc. These novels narrate the lives of a poor teenager and her wealthy friends in the richest town in America.

In this thriller, Margaret’s study in Germany proves difficult, for troubling memories overlay her mind: Pamela’s flight from her murderous husband; the kidnapping of the Texas Attorney General’s son; and Olga’s search for her stolen twins, the product of her forced conception by a baby-selling gang.

But Margaret has allies too: Vladimir, a former general in Russia’s Presidential Security Service, who considers her a daughter; Cody, a retired Texas Ranger; a lawyer, Margaret’s father, whose actions exemplify courage; and her boyfriend, Randy, who is the love of her life.

In Book Twelve, Margaret's saga continues: "Hacking into my medical record wouldn’t be hard for my boyfriend, Randy. His computer professor at Yale had described him as 'a genius.' And I trusted Randy with whatever he would learn. We had vowed to keep no secrets from each other though I held back a few. He’s the nervous type.

"Screams from my nightmares awoke my family for three consecutive nights and my father had insisted that I consult a doctor directly. This, though he had hesitated after suffering chest pains just weeks before. Being sixty-four, his symptoms were more than likely serious. At nineteen, mine indicated a recurring anxiety that I understood. They began three years earlier and the mind has its own schedule for forgetting.

"But after consulting the doctor I worried that I had revealed too much. Mine hadn’t been the usual teenage worries: about school, or a lover. Instead, I spoke of my kidnap and rescue by Spetsnaz (Russian Special Forces). Ghosts from the City’s murderous past had seemed to encompass me as I left the doctor’s elegant office in Charlottenburg, a wealthy district of Berlin."

R.L. Rhyse, a former resident of Greenwich, Connecticut, is the author of the books in the Margaret of Greenwich® Young Adult series.

Available in print and for the Kindle, Nook, and iPad.
Pages: 320
E-book $4.99 - eISBN 978-0-9903920-9-5
Print: $13.99 - ISBN 978-0-9903920-8-8

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