The Anonymous Girl by Holy Ghost Writer #bookBlast @goddessfish


IMG_0613.JPGThe Anonymous Girl
by Holy Ghost Writer

“Action against corrupt authorities mixed with master plans concocted from prison build the suspense of this young woman’s story.

“A precocious young woman uses prison computers to plot her future in the bundled edition of That Girl Started Her Own Country and its direct sequel, The Anonymous Girl. These two episodes of this series build mounting suspense about the mysterious heroine’s family lineage and future plans.

“To hide her identity, the titular girl uses aliases, such as Pippi Longstocking and Ester Bilderberg, but she calls herself Zaydee among friends. A reactionary moment with an FBI agent lands her in the Federal Detention Center in Miami. There, a sympathetic prison guard facilitates Zaydee’s occasional time away, where she awaits trial for charges she insists are spurious. On these sojourns, she orchestrates revenge on the two FBI agents responsible for her incarceration and pursues romantic interests. While in prison, she sets in motion a master plan to establish her own country, using her computer skills to hack websites. Zaydee believes she possesses the resources to populate her private domain solely with exceptional people like herself.

“Zaydee’s mysterious identity is compounded by the parallel story of her twin sister, Lizee, who experienced a less nurturing childhood. Liz goes to London to visit her lover, Lars, a computer expert sequestered in the office of a hacking group. Unaware the two women are actually different people, Lars mistakes look-alike Liz for Zaydee, who he claims to truly love. Hearing a menacing noise at the office door, he tells Liz where to hide and gives her a box of letters intended for Zaydee. This chapter ends in heightened suspense: ‘Slipping through the small opening [within a wardrobe], she let the door close behind her, sealing herself into the safe room.’

“As the principal protagonist, Zaydee’s enigmatic personality unfolds through her internal thoughts as she plans her future and charms cohorts into helping her. Action scenes and rich narrative description move the plot forward at a quick pace. She seeks revenge against corrupt authorities while befriending the people she considers worthy of her friendship. Her goal of living entirely on her own terms and manipulating those who will share her idealized country seems less than altruistic.

“The author introduces real people of public note as incidental characters. Alan Dershowitz serves as Zaydee’s legal adviser while she’s in prison. Nancy Grace is warned to ‘tread lightly’ and stop digging into Zaydee’s fruitful efforts to undermine her antagonists. William Barrett of Forbes arranges for a private meeting with Zaydee at the prison to reveal important family connections.

“The self-assured writing style renders Zaydee’s ideas and interactions with others believable, despite her larger-than-life attributes. …. A short excerpt from the projected sequel completes this combined volume of That Girl Started Her Own Country and The Anonymous Girl.

“This book’s author adds mystery to the series by remaining anonymous. Those who like fantasies set in the present day, depicting exaggerated lifestyles and cyberspace intrigue, will be entertained.” Margaret Cullison, Foreword Clarion

Read an excerpt of the book:

Dershowitz took out his iPad and scribed: This is the first case in the history of the U.S.A., where it might be possible to gain a royal title through court order. That is, if you are not already a member of a royal family. Otherwise, it would accomplish nothing. However, I suspect that if you were really a member of some royal family, either you would have given your name, or the state department would be involved.

Zaydee wrote her response. Regardless of my true identity, I like this approach and encourage you to take it to the outcome that will set the precedent you envision.

“I’m pleased that you endorse my objective. You should reconsider letting an experienced trial lawyer handle the court proceedings. While it’s not my specialty, I can bring aboard the best trial lawyer, one that is one hundred percent trustworthy,” he continued when she sat back in her seat with a cross look upon her face.

“Please don’t misunderstand; I’m not downgrading your ability to take the place of an experienced trial lawyer. However, it’s just so dangerous to act as your own defense, regardless of the old cliché that the person who acts as his own lawyer has a fool for a client. You are no fool, and are very skilled, but there are many unseen challenges, and I suspect you lack the experience necessary to anticipate each nuance.”

“If I change my position, you will be the first to know, but prepare to assist me as if I will be lead counsel,” said Zaydee.

“I talked to the prosecuting attorney, O’Solivan, and he warned me that additional charges are imminent. What can you tell me that will be useful in preparing to defend against forthcoming accusations?” Zaydee’s eyes pierced through Dershowitz as he awaited her reply.

Who is The Holy Ghost Writer?

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 $5000. 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. Contact the author c/o

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  1. Thanks for hosting!

  2. Love the cover of this book. Enjoyed reading the excerpt too.

  3. Great book blast! I like the idea behind this book. 😉

  4. This sounds interesting

  5. I really liked the Excerpt, Looks interesting.

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