Unidentified Woman

Literary crime novel about rape, revenge and redemption. A young Mexican girl is kidnapped on her way to school, enslaved and repeatedly raped by paying costumers. She survives and grows up to become an independent young woman living in L.A. She tracks down those men who wronged her, exacting a deadly, unusual punishment. On her footsteps is a reluctant private investigator, a former Mossad agent. More

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Words: 70,240
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476074818
About Hillel F. Damron

Hillel F. Damron was born in Israel to parents who survived the Holocaust. He was an officer in an elite paratroop unit and was wounded in battle. He studied film at the London Film School and became a film director of TV documentaries, a feature film, and numerous video shorts. In Israel, he was an award-winning author of the Sci-fi novel, "The War of the Sexes," short stories and film reviews. Here in America, among other works, he has published two novels in the series of Gideon Gold’s Investigations: "Very Narrow Bridge" and "Unidentified Woman." In 2011, he won Moment Magazine’s Memoir Contest with his entry, "The Sweet Life," about the kibbutz where he was born.
To read a longer, more inclusive version of his bio – including detours and escapades – and explore more deeply his writing, visit his literary website: http://hillelbridge.com

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