The Letter from Magda by Gus Leodas

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ON 2/6/13 THE LETTER FROM MAGDA LISTED AT #17 ON AN AMAZON TOP 100 BEST SELLERS IN THE SUSPENSE/THRILLER CATEGORY.
'My dearest Johanna,
I pray you never have to read this letter while your father and I are alive.'
So begins Magda's letter to her daughter urging her to change identity, and to run and hide.
Unable to decipher her mother's warning letter after surviving an assault in Switzerland, a wounded Johanna Wagner returns home to uncover the family mystery. Johanna and Michael Warner, the doomed and surviving children of the condemned families, find each other and unite against pursuing killers as they run and hide to unravel the deadly mystery.
 

About Gus Leodas

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Gus Leodas is a member of International Thriller Writers, Mystery Writers of America, Directors Guild of America. He is also the author of A Sorority of Angels, Huntress, Unsafe Harbor, and The Forgotten Mission. Unsafe Harbor was selected as an award finalist by ForeWord Magazine's Book of the Year Awards, and Writers Digest termed it "A great book." His background includes owning an advertising service and a film production company in New York City.
 
Published October 4, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 384 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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He frequently avoids the passive voice by simply deleting “is” and “was,” a technique that’s often unsuccessful: “By nightfall, Johanna tormented to the edge of control.” Other sentences appear to be carefully crafted to avoid similar writing pitfalls, resulting in nearly incomprehensible prose: ...

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