Buried Secrets by Amanda Cozyn

Amanda Cozyn
By Amanda Cozyn November 30, 2013 01:08

Buried Secrets by Amanda Cozyn

Summary:

Readers notice early on in the novel that the narrative of the story stays in the present, it skips to the past only a few times. The plot opens by introducing Shafik and his murder at Parliament House in Cape Town, South Africa. We then learn about Susie, a ghost who will sometimes, when she feels like it help Hanna out to solve a little mystery. The story explores the fact that Shafik died and there is a treasure left and it’s up to Sergeant VanBeeck and Jesse (Shafik’s wife) to find the clues and find it. The story then finds us at the kidnapping of Hanna. She finds herself tied up and beaten in a tin shack in the middle of nowhere with two black men. Will she get out in one piece to tell the tale? The story takes a turn when Nanna is tied to a chair and Jesse is being assaulted on a picnic. Hanna and her two best friends have to find a yellow envelope. Who tells them where it is? After finding more evidence Sergeant VanBeeck and Jesse find themselves in Cairo. What are they doing there and who do they see? The final chapter of the finds Jesse in shock and Sergeant VanBeek questions Jesse’s sanity.

The author has rated this book PG-13 (questionable content for children under 13).

Excerpt:

Meanwhile in the tin shed Hanna was once again confronted by her kidnapper. It was a very unpleasant experience. Getting her off the bed, she was pushed along as she walked, tying her to a chair. One took her blind fold off, while they kept theirs on and said to her in perfect English, “Now … I want to know where the money, the guns and diamonds are?” Hanna looked at what she could see of him and said, “I don’t know what you talking about. Let me go!”

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Amanda Cozyn is a professional author/writer and trainer. When she’s not writing, she’s most likely spending time with her daughter Alex... [learn more]

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