50 Hours by E. Marie Seltenrych

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NaNoWriMo Winner, 2010. Anger, fear and suspicion are experienced by three middle-aged Aussie women find themselves victims of drug smuggling at Denpasar Airport. Locked in a cell together they contemplate the death penalty, unlock their secret pasts, uncover their own personalities and hidden characteristics; gain courage to attempt an escape. A pleasant surprise awaits them after their trial and a shock disturbs their lives for ever. Susan Mahoney said, "I just finished your 50 Hours, definitely a masterpiece. Thank you for enjoyable reading. So many insights, you are brilliant. It touched my inner core, I know many readers who are into mysteries will love this story." (Facebook quote)

About E. Marie Seltenrych

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Irish born, lives in Australia. Writing seriously for a few years now. Published 11 books in 2010 in various genres: adult novel, children's books, graphic children's book; Biblical prophecy; play; devotionals; quick sermons. Publishes on Smashwords (ebooks): look for marieseltenrych; also on Lulu; member of JK Rowling's group. Also publishes under Eileen Marie Rafferty [Maiden name]. Was the number One student in her grade back in Lucan Vocational College in 1963 and the top Shorthand writer in Ireland in 1964 in 100 wpm test! Received her Certificate in Acting from Brendan Smith Academy in 1969. Achieved 'star' status in The Hostage by Brendan Behan in 1969 - 70 (Gate Theatre Dublin and the Embankment restaurant/theatre, Tallaght, Dublin, 1969. Holds a degree in Ministries; has been a volunteer Church Secretary; Missionary co-ordinator; Deacon; Worship leader in various churches in SE Queensland. RE teacher at local schools, including present Humpybong, Margate. Has two adult children, Kathy and Steve, two grandchildren, Lachlan and Juliette and 2 cats, George and Mildred (females).Lives with her long time husband, Henry near the beach in Margate, Qld.
Published December 19, 2010 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 196 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Crime. Fiction

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