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This is a story told by Brittney of her work experience at a small insurance agency in Maine. A story of life in the country to add to the vivid scenery of where it takes place. A murder mystery or not, that is to find out. Brittney vents out her frustrations at all she has done in life to lead her to that fateful day when her world collides for the better or worse. It is This is a story told by Brittney of her work experience at a small insurance agency in Maine. A story of life in the country to add to the vivid scenery of where it takes place. A murder mystery or not, that is to find out. Brittney vents out her frustrations at all she has done in life to lead her to that fateful day when her world collides for the better or worse. It is a common tale told today though with a twist and a bit of humor to bring light to all she is faced with. Her co-worker Grace and she form a bond that will endure where their path will lead them. Full of hope and inspiration no matter that all of the odds seem stacked against them as the tale is told. Leo Cyfer awaits his judgment through all of this and is forced to read the story of all he did. Will justice be met? Will Grace and Brittney finally have a break? Read on to find out for the tale that must be told. Maybe that is justice in itself. For all of you out there who struggle to meet their daily bills for a job that just kills you, wouldn?t it be nice to see a happy ending? Or even justice for those who cause the suffering? Revised November 6, 2012


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This is a story told by Brittney of her work experience at a small insurance agency in Maine. A story of life in the country to add to the vivid scenery of where it takes place. A murder mystery or not, that is to find out. Brittney vents out her frustrations at all she has done in life to lead her to that fateful day when her world collides for the better or worse. It is This is a story told by Brittney of her work experience at a small insurance agency in Maine. A story of life in the country to add to the vivid scenery of where it takes place. A murder mystery or not, that is to find out. Brittney vents out her frustrations at all she has done in life to lead her to that fateful day when her world collides for the better or worse. It is a common tale told today though with a twist and a bit of humor to bring light to all she is faced with. Her co-worker Grace and she form a bond that will endure where their path will lead them. Full of hope and inspiration no matter that all of the odds seem stacked against them as the tale is told. Leo Cyfer awaits his judgment through all of this and is forced to read the story of all he did. Will justice be met? Will Grace and Brittney finally have a break? Read on to find out for the tale that must be told. Maybe that is justice in itself. For all of you out there who struggle to meet their daily bills for a job that just kills you, wouldn?t it be nice to see a happy ending? Or even justice for those who cause the suffering? Revised November 6, 2012

42 review for Evil Sells (The Cyfer affect)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Peggy Holloway

    I enjoyed the whole concept of this book and the way in which the author depicted the character Leo was such that I felt like I knew him by the end of the book. I'm sure we have all known our own Leos of this world, the bully boss who cares only about making a buck no matter who he stomps on to do it. I like the way she had the character find out about himself by reading a book while waiting in a waiting room in which he didn't know how he got there or why he was there. I loved the ending and it I enjoyed the whole concept of this book and the way in which the author depicted the character Leo was such that I felt like I knew him by the end of the book. I'm sure we have all known our own Leos of this world, the bully boss who cares only about making a buck no matter who he stomps on to do it. I like the way she had the character find out about himself by reading a book while waiting in a waiting room in which he didn't know how he got there or why he was there. I loved the ending and it took me by surprise. If I could offer just a little bit of constructive criticism: The over use of the word "that" and the phrase "in that" was a little distracting. There was also a lot of repetition and I got the feeling that it was because the author was writing about something that she had such strong feelings about and that hit her close to home. Overall, I think this author show a lot of promise and I will read one of her historical romance novels next.

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    Roger Brooks

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    Kala

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    Lucille Hemphill

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    Roger

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    Sharon Desruisseaux

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    Katrina

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    Dawn

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