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Goodness can never be pure, as it is obligated to confront evil. 

Ava Rose Anderson is fighting for her freedom. Denied a privileged life, she is caught in the devious grip of an international trafficking ring. Confronted by the ultimate depravity of this underworld, she escapes, only for it to haunt her relationships, her future, her world. 

Ava’s former captors, Jeffrey Hoffman and his network of global elites, hold every option in keeping their secrets, silencing anyone who steps out of line. But Ava pursues them nonetheless. 

Only one woman, an accomplice in Hoffman’s criminal trade, might provide the closure Ava desperately seeks. Will she track her down? And will Ava get from her what she needs to resolve the ravages of the past?

©2021 Mess Hall Press (P)2022 Mess Hall Press

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A Known Story in a New Light

A story that we're all familiar with (the Epstein scandal) in the hands of intuitive & empathetic writer like Jonathan Epps can take the reader down unexplored yet very satisfying narrative tangents.

Instead of giving headspace, for the umpteenth time to these predatory men, the author chooses to narrate the bulk of the story from the POV of two of the victims who perforce became coconspirators in the crimes. Who were these girls/young women? What about their backgrounds made them easy prey for the likes of Maxime (Ghislaine) & Jeffrey? What price do you pay when you don't have a childhood to speak of, when it's stolen and perverted? The author explores these questions incisively and sensitively.

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Fiction so believable you wish it wasn’t

In this thriller the author gives their audience what they didn’t realize they needed; believable fairytale justice for real world atrocities. Delivered by Molly Secours’s cool tempered voice the listener can feel Ava slip into her old tricks with new purpose, a predator of predators. An overall excellent story that will have your finger hovering over the pause button for ages unable to stop listening.

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