HOW INTOLERABLY DISTRESSING CAN A LIFE BECOME BEFORE A PERSON RECONIZES THAT SHE IS NOT TO BLAME; THE GENESIS OF THE SITUATIONS LIES WITH HER LIFE IN A DYSFUNCTIONAL FAMILY ENVIRONMENT. ---Leslie Lotton Leslie Lotton, a young American woman in search of a new life, attends a summer school program in Florence, Italy. Even though classes and student housing are in a beautiful villa owned by a royal family, both the villa and the royal family hold dark secrets. She discovers that her new roommate is part of a drug ring and pushes Leslie to join the business. But being courted by the organization to join the business isn't her only problem---she is stalked and then kidnapped. Using every self-preservation skill in her arsenal, she escapes, leaves the country and writes a book about this experience. The Italian police arrest a man they suspect was her abductor as well as a serial killer. In his possession is a copy of Leslie's book where she wrote details of her harrowing time as a captive. The suspect had made notes on the book's pages with more details to her writing. Now the Italian police want her to return to Italy to assist them in solving their case. Can she return to the place of tragedy to help bring this man to justice or not? If he is found not guilty, could his release mean she may be his next victim?
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|Size: ||785 KB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9781683335177 (DRM-EPUB)|
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