Set Free: Truth Does Not Always Set You Free Paperback
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|Publisher||Bon Vivant Books|
|Book Description||I would have packed less if I knew I was going to die., , , , Within minutes of arriving in the exotic, enigmatic, sweltering city of Marrakech, renowned author Jaspar Wills is kidnapped, blindfolded, bound, and beaten. As Wills struggles to survive the ordeal, he recounts his rise to fame and the tragic events that led him to Morocco. With the kidnapper's demands left unmet, Wills faces death with fear, grief...and guilt. Is what happened in the past tied to his abduction? Is someone he loves responsible? Or is this payback for his sins? Living with a loss far greater than his own death, Jaspar yearns to be set free. But do some kinds of freedom come at too high a cost?, , , , Six months later, struggling reporter Katie Edwards travels to Morocco to stake her claim on the story with everything--international intrigue, mystery, celebrity, violence, sex, heartbreak, betrayal. Once there, she discovers a shocking truth. As the young journalist's career soars, Jaspar Wills' is destroyed...until an act of revenge leads to a stunning revelation that will change everything., , , , The truth will set you free. Can lies do the same?|
|Editorial Review||A writer, tormented over his daughter's kidnapping, becomes an abductee himself while traveling to Morocco in Bidulka's thriller. The countless plot twists are exhilarating, with gasp-inducing drama and flatly startling story turns. An intoxicating story that examines the elusive nature of truth. - Kirkus Reviews "A novel's opening lines can make all the difference between capturing attention and wanting to read further and setting the book aside. In the case of Set Free, a single line sets a gripping introductory scenario: "I would have packed less if I knew I was going to die." The protagonist is taken for a ride in more ways than one, and as a series of complex scenes evolve, the jet-setting American traveler quickly comes to find himself immersed in a plot that embraces his anonymity and the mystery of another culture. From kidnappers to romance and from an elusive truth to plans to gain freedom against all odds, Set Free makes intriguing twists and turns as it focuses on a struggle to stay alive. As the lives of Jasper, Jenn, Katie, and others entwine in a desperate struggle, readers are drawn into a story that is compellingly gripping and hard to put down. Events move from overseas to home as a father's mission, fueled by his daughter's ghost, changes everything. Recommended for any reader who wants heart-stopping moments and thought-provoking scenes from their thrillers, Set Free is ultimately a discussion of the costs of freedom and the threat of bondage." - D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review|
|Number of Pages||284|