A priest abuses a young boy and triggers grisly consequences. Emotionally wounded, the young man pursues a life of hideous crimes and collides with Ramona, the young Native American heroine who must solve the complex mysteries of her past if she is to survive his assaults. The fast-paced international adventure drives a multi-layered plot that includes an intellectual puzzle, startling twists, and several knotty characters that force one to question who are friends and who are villains. How does Ramona outwit her cunning assailants and return with the historical secret? Review by Alice D. for Readers Favorite: "Strangler Figs" is a first-rate thriller with Dan Brown overtones as the heroine, the main character Ramona Jackson, finds that she is up against a group that will choke the life force of religion as it is known. Characters are well created and totally believable. Some of them are downright scary and unpredictable. Ramona finds that people she thought were friends are not so at all. The plot is intricate as it goes into religious beliefs and the complexity of a numerical code at the core of this thriller. Well-written, well-edited and eye-opening, "Strangler Figs" is a must-read book.
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Published June 10, 2012
by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.
Religion & Spirituality, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction.